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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is located on ancestral lands, on Treaty 1 Territory. The Red River Valley is also the birthplace of the Métis. We acknowledge the water in the Museum is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.

Education

Inspiring the next generation of human rights champions.

Students walking in a line walking on the ramp.

Photo: Tourism Winnipeg, Mike Peters

One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.

Malala Yousafzai

School programs

Available for all ages (K‑12), our school programs provide students with hands‐on activities and engaging lessons that let them explore and discuss human rights across many themes.

A group of students look at the top of an interactive table emitting white light.

Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen

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Looking to inspire your classroom? Our request form only takes a few minutes to fill out.

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Teaching resources

We are collecting the best human rights education resources for your classroom and sharing them in one, easy‐to‐navigate space.

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Featured resource

The Museum’s “Be an Upstander” resource is a project‐based learning unit designed to encourage inquiry and action on human rights issues. 

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