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The Human Rights Bureau offers training and outreach sessions to employers, employees or any other interested groups on topics related to the Bureau and New Mexico Human Rights Act. These services are provided free of charge. The sessions are conducted at your workplace or other location convenient for you, typically last 60 - 90 minutes and can be customized to your organization’s needs.

If you are interested in receiving training, please fill out the form below and click Submit. You will typically be contacted within five (5) business days by an employee of the Human Rights Bureau to discuss setting up a training session. Please submit this form only once. If you would like to speak with someone sooner, please call our office at (505) 827-6838. Please do NOT use this form to request to speak with an intake officer. If you wish to discuss a possible complaint of discrimination, please go to the Online intake contact request form.


The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions is committed to making all information on this website accessible to all users, including people with disabilities. If you have problems accessing a page on this site, please email nmdws.communication@state.nm.us

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