The University of Manitoba has launched a new Master of Human Rights program that is helping Winnipeg take its place as the leading city for human rights education and scholarship in Canada.

The Centre for Human Rights Research usually organizes an annual inter-disciplinary course for law and graduate students.

Meanwhile, if you’re a high school teacher interested in educating your students about human rights, check out our speakers bureau.

Courses related to human rights are offered by many faculties and some programs offer a specialization in human rights. Sample courses:

Undergraduate

History of Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World (HIST 2400)

Human Rights at Work (LABR 3230)

Children, Violence and Rights (FMLY 3806)

History of Aboriginal Rights (HIST 4120)

Anthropology of Human Rights (ANTH 4780)

Law

Human Rights Law (LAW 3018)

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (LAW 3940)

Indigenous Rights and International Law (LAW 3980)

Graduate

Anthropology of Human Rights (ANTH 7900)

International Human Rights and Human Security (PEAC 7110)

Critical Perspectives on Human Rights (SOC 7160)

Find more courses through the menu at the right.