Watch this discussion online and read the summary below. On March 16, 2021, the Centre for Human Rights Research hosted a panel exploring themes of commemoration, reparation, and memory in light of the delayed Manitoba 150 celebrations. ***** 150 Seen Through the Lens of Treaty One After introducing her latest
Watch this discussion online or read the summary below. Stripped of dignity: Death and dying in the time of COVID, Harare, 2020 Historian Dr. Joyce Chadya’s new study examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed mourning practices in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe had 7,898 confirmed cases of the disease at the time
In recognition of Prof. Karen Busby’s devotion to founding the Centre for Human Rights Research and building interdisciplinary research teams, including to tackle drinking water issues on First Nations, the centre presented her with this print by Métis artist Christi Belcourt. Dr. Adele Perry took over as the research centre’s
During the COVID pandemic, law and master of human rights students will deliver free presentations to Grade 7 to 12 classes and community groups through online video platforms rather than in-person. Request your presentation today.
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University of Manitoba faculty members who want to explore new collaborative interdisciplinary human rights research projects are invited to apply for a small grant from the Centre for Human Rights Research.