Skip to main content

View old site

Welcome to the new humanrights.ca. This site is a work in progress and we'd love your feedback! View old site
A man wearing a blue vest with flower beadwork, seated with his hands resting on a table.

Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation

October 10, 2018 to October 24, 2018

Join award-winning educator and writer Dr. Niigaan Sinclair in an analysis of Canadian identity, education, law and land, and help forge paths of reconciliation via the "calls to action" in the 2015 TRC final report.

Event details

Tags for Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation

Events

There’s something for everyone.

Family-friendly activities, thought-provoking discussions and special tours – find them all here. Filter by type of event or see what’s happening on the day of your visit.

Rohingya crisis: a dialogue for change

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Cost: Free. Registration is required.

Event details

Tags for Rohingya crisis: a dialogue for change

Two people talking at a table.

Behind-the-scenes photo tours

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Cost: Free – registration required

Event details

Tags for Behind-the-scenes photo tours

A person looks through the screen of a camera in the foreground while a person poses in the background.

After the Apology: Africville, a dialogue for change

October 24, 2018

Cost: Free. Registration is required. Check back soon for registration details.

Event details

Tags for After the Apology: Africville, a dialogue for change

Two children looking at the camera and smiling

Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation

October 10 to 24, 2018

Cost: $90 for members / $100 for non-members + textbook

Event details

Tags for Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation

A man wearing a blue vest with flower beadwork, seated with his hands resting on a table.

Fighting for freedom in Russia

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Event details

Tags for Fighting for freedom in Russia

Close-up of a man in front of a blue background.

Film Screening of The Rescue

November 8, 2018

Cost: Free

Event details

Tags for Film Screening of The Rescue

A translucent historical image of a man in a suit layered over a contemporary photo showing the dark outline of two men walking in a triangular hallway.

Book launch with author Serge Cipko

November 21, 2018

Cost: Free

Event details

Tags for Book launch with author Serge Cipko

A statue of a young girl clutching stalks of wheat.

Rohingya crisis: a dialogue for change

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Cost: Free. Registration is required.

Location: Manitoba Teachers' Society Classrooms

Event details

Tags for Rohingya crisis: a dialogue for change

Two people talking at a table.

Behind-the-scenes photo tours

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Cost: Free – registration required

Location: Bonnie & John Buhler Hall

Event details

Tags for Behind-the-scenes photo tours

A person looks through the screen of a camera in the foreground while a person poses in the background.

After the Apology: Africville, a dialogue for change

October 24, 2018

Cost: Free. Registration is required. Check back soon for registration details.

Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia

Event details

Tags for After the Apology: Africville, a dialogue for change

Two children looking at the camera and smiling

Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation

October 10 to 24, 2018

Cost: $90 for members / $100 for non-members + textbook

Location: Manitoba Teachers' Society Classrooms

Event details

Tags for Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation

A man wearing a blue vest with flower beadwork, seated with his hands resting on a table.

Fighting for freedom in Russia

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Cost:

Location: Bonnie & John Buhler Hall

Event details

Tags for Fighting for freedom in Russia

Close-up of a man in front of a blue background.

Film Screening of The Rescue

November 8, 2018

Cost: Free

Location: Manitoba Teachers' Society Classrooms

Event details

Tags for Film Screening of The Rescue

A translucent historical image of a man in a suit layered over a contemporary photo showing the dark outline of two men walking in a triangular hallway.

Book launch with author Serge Cipko

November 21, 2018

Cost: Free

Location: Bonnie & John Buhler Hall

Event details

Tags for Book launch with author Serge Cipko

A statue of a young girl clutching stalks of wheat.

Stories

Bringing human rights stories to life online.

Host an Event

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights was built to be a gathering place. If you’re looking for a space to hold your next event, get in touch.