Lindsay Machalek

December 11, 2012

Canadian students will soon have more opportunities to learn about human rights.  At our Annual Public Meeting on Dec. 6, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights announced a partnership with the... Read more

November 13, 2012

People often describe youth as “the leaders of tomorrow,” but we know, through We Day Manitoba and through interactions with classrooms in Manitoba and across Canada, that young people are already... Read more

October 29, 2012

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights had the incredible opportunity to participate in We Day Manitoba again this year – what a great experience! It is very inspiring to be surrounded by 15,000... Read more

October 23, 2012

Once the Museum opens, we strive to be a centre of learning for students – from kindergarten to university to post-doctoral and beyond.  One of the ways in which we will be able to do that is... Read more

October 16, 2012

When the Museum opens in 2014, it will undoubtedly attract tour groups and international visitors to Winnipeg to explore Canada’s rich human rights history and to discover one of Canada’s newest... Read more

September 25, 2012

Thursday, September 20th was a really special day: the last piece of glass was installed on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ Tower of Hope. It was the last of 1,669 individual,... Read more

September 18, 2012

Dana Mackie, Promotional Assistant and Tour Guide at the CMHR (and University of Winnipeg student), talks to us about her recent experience volunteering with a local community group. Here’s... Read more

August 20, 2012

There is a renaissance currently taking place in Winnipeg – a revitalization that has people from across Canada taking notice.  Winnipeg’s new James A. Richardson International Airport, the return... Read more