The Canadian Museum for Human Rights launched its ‘Champion Human Rights’ Campaign on February 15, 2010 at the Vancouver Olympic Games. This campaign celebrates, promotes and inspires human rights champions.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights invites people to complete the sentence “Everyone has the right to….” on a small protest sign and have their photo taken in front of a 10 foot, 3 dimensional architectural mural of the Museum.
Featured signs completed by well-known Canadian human rights champions including Canadian Olympic medalist Mark Tewksbury, renowned singer Buffy Ste-Marie, humanitarian Craig Kielburger of Free the Children, 2010 Winter Olympic medal designer Corrine Hunt, Canadian Olympic Gold medalist Daniel Ingali, and members of the Canadian and American Women’s Ski Jump teams are on display.
View photos from our ‘Champion Human Rights’ Media launch.
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