Take part in something memorable and meaningful.

At the Museum, we celebrate inclusiveness, diversity and respect for others. We offer programs for people of all ages and abilities.

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Event series: Beyond the Beat Music Series

Music is a powerful force for change. Join us as we fill the Canadian Museum for Human Rights with inspiring concerts and uplifting performances.

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Event series: Cree teachings with Knowledge Keeper Marilyn Dykstra

Sacred teachings and self‐growth

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Event series: Community Corridor

Apply to have your human rights‐themed visual piece displayed in the Museum!

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Event series: President’s Lecture Series

Explore human rights issues from around the world with distinguished guest speakers who address important topics in conversation with the audience.

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Event series: After the Apology

The Museum’s After the Apology series explores official government apologies for past and present injustices through a human rights lens. Each event explores a human rights topic with a keynote presentation, an in‐conversation session, and a moderated dialogue with the audience.

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In the Museum

Are you looking to see what exhibitions and events will be on during your visit to the Museum?

Upcoming Events

Looking to attend an event at the Museum? See our calendar of events.