Educating Californians about our Civil Rights laws is one of the primary goals of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing. There are a number of ways you can get information about these laws, how to comply with them and how to determine if you have been the victim of unlawful discrimination. Our Education and Outreach efforts provide online updates, print publications, visual media, and training. In addition, we hold public meetings where discrimination issues, projects, and implementation advice are regularly discussed. You can also contact DFEH directly with questions or requests.


DFEH provides many free publications for you to download. These include posters that businesses are required to display as well as brochures and fact sheets that provide overviews of California’s antidiscrimination laws and procedures. DFEH provides Información en Español plus documents translated into several other languages. If you need help in your native language, please contact DFEH at 800-884-1684.

The information in DFEH publications can be made available in Braille, large print, computer disk, or tape cassette. Contact Us.

Employment Round Tables

The goal of the DFEH’s Employment Round Tables is to reduce discrimination and promote equal opportunity. There are three regional employment Round Tables in the state that meet several times a year to discuss strategies to create awareness of the problems of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in employment.

Request a Speaker or Training

Request a DFEH representative attend and speak at your event or training with the Speaking Engagement Request Form (PDF).

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DFEH provides assistance to anyone who needs help accessing and understanding our information. Please contact us to arrange an accommodation if you have a disability or if someone needs a translation into his or her native language.

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