Human Rights in Eugene

Human Rights City

The City of Eugene Human Rights Commission completed a “Human Rights City Project,” supporting the City government in implementing international human rights standards and principles in its operations.


Eugene’s Office of Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement (HRNI) supports the human rights framework for the City of Eugene and is responsible for fielding discrimination complaints related to Housing, Employment, Public access (including accessibility requests and grievances), City contracts that occur within the City of Eugene.


HRNI provides victim support and community response to hate and bias activity. See the Hate and Bias page to learn more about how the City tracks and responds to hate and bias activity.


Speak Up

If you have questions or concerns about any of the following:


  • Human rights discrimination
  • Hate/bias activity
  • Accessibility accommodations
  • An accessibility grievance for a City of Eugene facility, program or event
  • Other human rights related matters

You may contact us using one of these options:


  • Report online: Report hate and bias activity and concerns at www.eugene-or.gov/reporthate
  • In person: Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement located at 99 West 10th Avenue (Atrium Building), Suit 117. The office is open to the public Monday-Friday 10-noon and 1-4 pm.
  • By phone: 541-682-5177

If you are in immediate danger call 911.