We strive to build understanding, promote respect and encourage reflection.
Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights.
We can play a critical role in engaging Canadians, and people from around the world, in discussion, dialogue and reflection about human rights…
A landmark for human rights.
While most visitors come for the stories inside our walls, the design and construction of our building is in itself a story, full of interesting facts and features.
Explore the architect's vision.
Taking visitors on an upward journey, from darkness to light, our building and its design play a large role in telling the story of human rights.
Open and accountable leadership.
View corporate reports, explore how the Museum sets priorities and meet our Board of Trustees.
Since opening in 2014, we've received international awards and recognition for our work and the visitor experience we offer. We're proud to celebrate the achievements of our hard work while shining a spotlight on the world of human rights.
Meet the people behind our vision.
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