Human Rights News Archive
June 8, 2018 —
If helping persons with disabilities to lead full, rich and meaningful lives in Moldova, the place known as the world’s most unhappy country wasn’t formidable enough, she said it was only a dress rehearsal for an even more daunting challenge: India.
April 11, 2018 —
The organizer of the Yom HaShoah memorial is Belle Jarniewski (BEd/93, Cert.Trans/02), herself a child of two survivors of the Holocaust
April 2, 2018 —
'Saul Cherniack packed a lot of life into his 101 years'
March 12, 2018 —
Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship recipients named
February 20, 2018 —
The inaugural Sport & Reconciliation Gathering is taking place Feb. 21-23 at the U of M, aimed at achieving TRC calls to action related to sport & education
January 8, 2018 —
Growing up best friends with Miss Popular in elementary school, a young Lee Airton learned a defining lesson that would guide her career path as an academic focused on making schools welcoming places for gender and sexual diversity.
November 14, 2017 —
Winnipeg will host the Canadian Society for Education Through Art (CSEA) conference from May 3-5, 2018. Up to 100 educators will come together to exchange ideas and learn about human rights in relation to visual art and visual art education.
September 28, 2017 —
What are the biggest problems faced by people in our community, country and worldwide? The World’s Largest Lesson introduces the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to youth around the world and unites them in action.
June 13, 2017 —
On June 14, a sculpture of Havel was unveiled at the U of M. He was the last President of Czechoslovakia and first President of the Czech Republic, and an influential Czech playwright, poet, and political dissident