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 the
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 Macdonald
Some of the information and content in this blog post may be difficult and/or triggering. If you or anyone you know is experiencing difficulty related to this topic or the information in this article, help is available 24 hours a day through the Indian Residential School Survivors Society Crisis Line,
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!
One of the Centre for Human Rights Research (CHRR) areas of focus is Indigenous peoples and human rights. As we approach Canada’s second official National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, September 30th, 2022, how do we understand and engage with the shifting and contested conversation about residential schools
Join researchers from a variety of disciplines to discuss their experiences – good, difficult, confusing, surprising – in conducting research in the age of COVID. This is an opportunity to reflect, learn, grow and move forward as we figure out how to do research in the middle of a pandemic