Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover - Human Library 2013 – Jan 28, 2013
On January 24th, 25th and 26th 2013, Winnipeg Public Library, CBC, and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights were co-hosting a Human Library at Winnipeg Public Library.
CMHR “Tower of Hope” lights up for 100-hour test – Dec 17, 2012
The “Tower of Hope” atop the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) in Winnipeg was glowing brightly during the darkest week of the year. Crews began testing the 34 tower lights today in a 100-hour burn, designed to stabilize and extend the life of the lamps.
CMHR has hosted lectures and public events in Canada to coincide with Holodomor Awareness Week – Nov 25, 2012
Under a memorandum of understanding (mou) signed in 2012 with Ukraine’s national Holodomor museum, and in collaboration with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (Manitoba), CMHR hosted lectures and pu
The Canadian Tenors delivered the first ever performance in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights – Oct 25, 2012
On October 25th, 2012, The Canadian Tenors delivered the first ever performance in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The Tenors’ work to promote human rights is as inspiring as their talents on stage.
Installation of the last piece of glass – Sep 20, 2012
The piece of glass installed on the museum’s Tower of Hope on September 20, 2012 is the last of 1,669 individual, custom-cut panes that give the museum its iconic look. Finishing the external glasswork brings construction of the Museum’s major exterior design components to completion.