State of Indiana's 2014 Fair Housing Conference
Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Friday, April 4, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Registration is now open for the State of Indiana’s 2014 Fair Housing Conference titled: “The Summit: Breaking Boundaries, Empowering and Furthering Fair Housing” hosted by the Indiana Civil Rights Commission on April 3-4, 2014. The conference will be held at the Indiana Government Conference Center in Downtown Indianapolis and provides eight (8) hours* of CLE and CEU credit through comprehensive training designed for attorneys, realtors, housing providers, landlords and tenants.
This year’s conference will be highlighted by a keynote luncheon featuring The Honorable Karen Freeman-Wilson, former judge, Indiana Attorney General and current mayor for the City of Gary. Having also previously served as the Executive Director of the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, Mayor Freeman-Wilson will share her personal experience with housing discrimination as well as her current work on developing partnerships and strategies for community redevelopment.
Cost to attend the seminar is just $35.00 for those seeking CLE and CEU credit. For those individuals not seeking credit the conference is free to attend.
Visit here for more information about thie conference: http://www.in.gov/icrc/2768.htm
*CLE and CEU credit is pending approval. The CLE credit includes one (1) hour of ethics training.
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Indiana Native American Indian Affairs Commission (INAIAC)
The INAIAC studies and makes recommendations to appropriate federal, state and local governmental agencies in areas of concern to our state's native and nonnative people and communities. The ultimate objectives are to bring the native communities together, help identify and provide opportunities to the Native American community, and enhance social, cultural, community and economic development in Indiana.