CITY OF MIAMI BEACH HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE The City of Miami Beach prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations. If you believe that you have been the victim of an unlawful discriminatory practice because of your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital and familial status, age or disability, you may file a complaint with the City within 180 days after the alleged discrimination occurred. All complaints will be investigated fully and promptly. The complaint form is available online or at Miami Beach City Hall, 1700 Convention Center Drive, third floor (Human Resources Department). The complaint form is offered in English, Spanish and Creole. For more information, please contact 305.673.7524.English Complaint Form Human Rights Complaint Form Instructions Spanish Complaint Form Spanish Complaint Form Instructions Creole Complaint FormCreole Complaint Form Instructions Who Can File a Discrimination Complaint? Frequently Asked QuestionsHistory of the Miami Beach Human Rights OrdinanceCopy of Human Rights Ordinance 2010-3669Copy of Mandatory Posting Requirement - Ordinance 2013-3818
Mandatory Posting Requirement – Click Here For Discrimination Is Illegal PosterTerm Intersexuality added as a protected classification - Ordinance 2013-3828 Ancestry, Height, Weight, Domestic Partner Status, Labor Organization Membership, Familial Situation, and Political Affiliation added as Protected Classes - Ordinance 2016-4034 NEW
A major component to the Human Rights Ordinance is the establishment of the City of Miami Beach Human Rights Committee (MBHRC), whose duties include, amongst others, informing persons of the rights and remedies provided by the Human Rights Ordinance. The MBHRC meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 4:00 p.m. in City Hall. For more information, please call (305) 673.7411.
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Click here to access MBHRC membership and agenda information.