Arthur V. Mauro Institute for Peace and Justice News Archive
February 9, 2024 —
The Master of Human Rights program’s annual Symposium took place on Wednesday, January 25, 2024 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The symposium gives students enrolled in both the interdisciplinary graduate degree’s practicum and thesis streams an opportunity to present their research and share field experience gained from their respective placement sites.
December 11, 2023 —
How does Canada fare when it comes to our record on human rights?
November 23, 2023 —
How do universities maintain academic freedom in a time of highly polarized politics?
November 22, 2023 —
Manitoba government to include Holocaust education in curriculum
CBC News: Amid on-campus tensions brought on by Israel-Hamas war, experts worry about free expression
October 30, 2023 —
Amid on-campus tensions brought on by Israel-Hamas war, experts worry about free expression
October 13, 2023 —
Canadian universities face challenges navigating Israel-Hamas war
October 6, 2023 —
The Winnipeg Human Rights Tour began in 2022 as a way to introduce new Master of Human Rights program students to some of the many Human Rights aspects of Winnipeg. Beginning in St. Boniface at the grave of Louis Riel, founder of Manitoba, the tour has now been successfully delivered to two generations of Master of Human Rights students and has grown in content, scope and recognition.
Dr. Katerina Standish Appointed Director of the Arthur V. Mauro Institute for Peace and Justice at St. Paul’s College
August 16, 2023 —
Dr. Katerina Standish appointed as the new Director of the Arthur V. Mauro Institute for Peace and Justice at St. Paul’s College.
CBC Manitoba: A beloved Winnipegger has died. Arthur Mauro was known for his dedication to human rights, conflict resolution and peace
August 9, 2023 —
Christopher Adams , the director of St. Paul's College at the University of Manitoba talks about Arthur Mauro's legacy on the university and the city of Winnipeg