Qualified Human Rights Commission Facilitator

john luke made this Official Information request to Human Rights Commission

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From: john luke

Dear Human Rights Commission,

I noted on DPMC's website,

"RAHMAN, Ms Anjum, For services to ethnic communities and women. Ms Anjum Rahman is a political and human rights activist who has worked tirelessly to support ethnic women in New Zealand and raise awareness of human rights issues affecting them. Ms Rahman serves as a board member on a wide range of not-for-profit organisations. She is a founding member of Shama, the Hamilton Ethnic Women Centre that provides support services for ethnic women, where she has served as a Trustee since 2002. She is also a founding and governing board member of the Islamic Women’s Council of New Zealand, established in 1990. Her work has also focused on sexual violence where she was a founding member of the Hamilton Campaign of Consent and a member of the Accident Compensation Corporation Expert Reference Group in 2017. She has been an active member of the Waikato Interfaith Council for more than a decade and a Trustee of the Ethnic New Zealand Trust. She is a member of the Ethnic Police Group with New Zealand Police. She is a Trustee of the Waikato Community Broadcasting Charitable Trust. Ms Rahman is a qualified Human Rights Commission facilitator, and travels around New Zealand to speak on issues affecting Muslim women and to promote diversity and inclusion."

I would like to understand what is a qualified Human Rights Commission facilitator and how is a person can become a qualified Human Rights Commission facilitator? Is there a training provided by HRC or is there a programme provided by HRC to recognised a person? May I have all the relevant details or policy, procedure related to this term of " a qualified Human Rights Commission facilitator"

Yours faithfully,

john luke

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From: john luke

Dear Human Rights Commission,

May I confirm that you have received my OIA request? Thanks

Yours faithfully,

john luke

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8 January 2020

 

Dear John

 

Thank you for your email, received by the Human Rights Commission on 3
January 2019.

 

While we aim to contact you within 20 working days, the holiday season may
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happen, we apologise.

 

If you need to contact us, telephone 0800 496 877 or email
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Friday 20th December 2019 and reopening 8.30am Monday 6th January 2020.

 

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Tēna koe John,

 

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Nāku noa, nā

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