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.

A group of people in front of a wall watching a projection. The projection shows two shadowy silhouettes in the process of writing the phrase “Welcome to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights” in English and French.

Friday Night Rights

Kick off your weekend the rights way! The Museum and ERA Bistro are open every Friday night.

A pair of hands hold up a phone to photograph two couples smiling inside the Museum’s Tower of Hope. They stand in front of a large window with a view of Winnipeg's cityscape at night.

Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen

President’s Lecture Series

Our President’s Lecture Series brings together distinguished guest speakers in conversation with President and CEO John Young. Each event explores a human rights topic in conversation with the audience. 

Two men sitting in front of a black backdrop. One man is speaking into a microphone.

Photo: CMHR, Krista Anderson

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.

Two women are seated at a table looking at a program that says "After the Apology." Two other people are seen in the foreground seated at the same table.

Photo: CMHR, Vision Photo