Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission (HRC) upholds human rights in Bermuda. For information on human rights legislation or making a complaint to the HRC, visit the Human Right’s Commission website

What do they do?

Simply put, the Commission’s business is to make the Human Rights Act work for the benefit of all residents of Bermuda. There are three main aspects to its work:

  • Providing effective and timely means for resolving individual complaints involving human rights, sexual harassment, and disability;
  • Promoting knowledge of human rights in Bermuda and encouraging people to follow principles of equality; and
  • Helping reduce barriers to equality in employment and access to services.

Read the Human Rights Commission PATI Information Statement.

How can I contact the Human Rights Commission with general inquiries?

Telephone: (441) 295-5859

In person:
Milner Place 
32 Victoria Street
Hamilton HM 12 

By mail:

P.O. Box HM 734
Hamilton HM CX

By email: