The Centre for Human Rights Research invites YOU to.. an evening of live music, food, and art MAY 6, 2022 7:30 PM Hosted at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (in the foyer) An in-person interactive workshop to engage with artistic methods of human rights research and social action Facilitated
Apply now for INDIGENOUS SUMMER INTERNSHIP Are you an Indigenous student at U of M looking for a paid, full time opportunity to work with Indigenous/human rights this summer? Do you have web design skills, an interest in event planning and a desire to work with a variety of thinkers,
“Working with Journalists: Human Rights, Research and the Realities of the Newsroom” with Lenard Monkman (CBC Indigenous) and Helen Fallding (former political reporter with the Winnipeg Free Press) An interactive workshop Thursday March 10th at 730-9pm via Zoom. Bring your story ideas! Are you a researcher with some findings that just
The 2022 CHRR’s Critical Conversations Seminar Series, Human Rights and Historic Wrongs, starts January 31st through April. Talks will take place on Monday afternoons via zoom. The full list of topics, speakers and how to register is available on the Human Rights Research Hub calendar and on the poster attached.
We are writing to let you know that the “Human Rights Research Hub” has been launched. The purpose is to share YOUR events and build a stronger human rights research community in Winnipeg and beyond. Are you based in Winnipeg and the surrounding area and work on human rights issues
As part of the ongoing, bi-monthly workshop series “Methods and Mediums” the Centre for Human Rights Research will be hosting “Spreading the Word”: Statements, Interviews and Oral Histories on Monday, January 17th from 12-130pm. Kayla Johnston (National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation) Misha Falk (Transgender Oral History Project) Shayna Plaut, PhD (Global Reporting Centre/Centre for Human