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Human Rights Day is celebrated by the international community every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day in 1948 that the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In recognition of #HumanRightsDay, the CHRR alongside the Centre for Social Science Research and Policy at theRead More →

Learn more about the connections between uneven mobility and mobility justice from an intersectional feminist context in Western Canada, with a particular focus on Manitoba, in the new ‘Missing the Bus’ podcast. CHRR Director Adele Perry and CHRR Research Affiliates Jocelyn Thorpe and Karine Duhamel chat with host Olivia MacdonaldRead More →

University of Manitoba faculty members who want to explore new collaborative interdisciplinary human rights research projects are invited to apply for Small Grant from the Centre for Human Rights Research. Application Deadline: October 28. For more information on the program and application process, click here!Read More →

Resources for non-Indigenous Canadians on residential schools and colonialism in Canada Canadians, now more than ever, must act with intention to acknowledge the harmful legacies of the Residential School System and its ongoing impact on Indigenous peoples and communities. Many non-Indigenous Canadians may feel lost on where to start thisRead More →

Join us on August 12, 2021 for “Doing the Work: A virtual Q & A on what settlers need to know about the residential school system in Canada” Canadians, now more than ever, must act with intention to acknowledge the harmful legacies of the Residential School System and its ongoingRead More →

Dr. Fabiana Li is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Li’s research focuses on the intersections between food, culture, environment, and social justice. Dr. Li was a CHRR Small Grant recipient for her timely project that explored the right to food inRead More →