Karine Duhamel

April 20, 2018

How does one person make a difference? How do people excluded from circles of power enact positive change? For women, who have been historically excluded from these circles, the answer is often in... Read more

September 13, 2017

On September 13, 2017, people around the world will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). UNDRIP affirms the inherent or... Read more

August 8, 2017

This blog series has focused on the way we present Indigenous content within the Museum and how we are... Read more

December 14, 2016

In my last blog, I discussed what I like to call the “nuts and bolts of reconciliation” – the way that the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) has sought to host public performances and offer... Read more

November 18, 2016

As a child, I often visited museums. I was lucky to be able to travel with my family, and to visit interpretive spaces across the country. What struck me the most about these spaces was the idea... Read more

August 24, 2016

In my last blog, I talked about the idea of reconciliation as an invitation to a new and shared future and as a... Read more

July 18, 2016

I recently had the opportunity to interview Gilbert Baker, designer of the rainbow flag, and talk to him about his life and work at the forefront of the battle for the rights of people of all... Read more

June 15, 2016

Since the publication of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s final report in 2015, more and more Canadians seem focused on the idea of reconciliation. But, despite the popularity... Read more