Our trained program interpreters are working from home and ready to help your students learn about the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Students participating in this 30‐minute live lesson will be challenged to think about how different perspectives on human rights are considered in Canadian courts. They will consider questions about the limitations of rights and how rights are applied in Canada.
Students will discuss and share their perspectives through live voting and interacting with their peers and Museum staff.
Thanks to the generous support of the Richardson Foundation we are making this program available for free.