One of the goals of the City of Eugene Human Rights Commission is to “ensure that human rights are a central part of every City program.” In 2006, the Commission put the “Human Rights City Project” on the biennial work plan, an action approved by City Council. The Project is currently exploring ways that City government can implement international human rights standards and principles in its overall operations.
The Human Rights City Project entails:
Ongoing research on initiatives being undertaken in other municipalities
Opening up a conversation with elected City officials, City managers and staff, and community members
Future proposals for City Council action that could include a revision of the City of Eugene Human Rights Ordinance