(Washington, DC) Today the DC Office of Human Rights (OHR) issued the final Language Access Program e-Newsletter for FY11 which details program highlights, including the recent Language Access Community Briefing.
FY11 Language Access Community Briefing
On September 15, 2011 the DC Office of Human Rights (OHR) held a briefing highlighting the FY 2011 Language Access Program achievements. This year’s achievements reflect the set of directives that Mayor Vincent C. Gray gave to all agency heads at the onset of his administration. These directives are intended to: (1) streamline agency operations and processes; (2) improve customer-service; and (3) increase visibility and presence in local communities. Among the list of this year’s achievements are the two community forums that addressed Limited English Proficient (LEP) and Non English Proficient (NEP). Read the full e-Newsletter.
You may also view a video about the 2011 Community Forums here: http://www.ohr.dc.gov/ohr/cwp/view,a,3,Q,638529,PM,1,ohrNav,%7C30953%7C.asp.
The full 2011 fiscal year annual report for the Language Access Program will be available in November 2011 and accessible at www.ohr.dc.gov. For more information about the Language Access Program, contact Gabriel Rojo, Office of Human Rights Language Access Program Director, at (202) 727-3942 or email [email protected].