Category: Human Rights


Why do International students have to pay high tuition fees and even then they do not have free medical?
21 Apr 2022

Bill 21: Targeting Racial and Religious Minorities in Canada

Quebec's secularism bill, also known as Bill 21, is one of controversy and serious human rights concerns. Learn more about Bill 21 in this article.
2 Jul 2021

The Right to Strike: The Charter and Challenges

The following blog post explores the link between the right to strike and human rights. Read to learn more!
24 May 2021

La modernisation du droit de la famille au Manitoba : Quels sont les changements?

Venez découvrir plus au sujet de la modernisation du droit de la famille au Manitoba. Il y a eu plusieurs changements importants. Apprenez en plus!
11 May 2021

What is Human Rights Education?

MARL’s work is built on the foundation of Human Rights Education (HRE). But what is HRE and how can it help achieve systemic equality?
29 Apr 2021

The Emergency Measures Act: Manitoba’s Legislative Response to COVID-19

In Manitoba, the COVID-19 pandemic led to the implementation of The Emergency Measures Act, a rare and powerful legislation. Read to learn more!
27 Apr 2021

Bill 16: The Labour Relations Amendment Act

Learn about Manitoba's Bill 16: The Labour Relations Amendment Act and how it could impact you.
26 Mar 2021

Anti-Racism Must Be Ongoing and Uncomfortable

Anti-racism training must be ongoing and extend to hiring practices, policies and practices, as well as overarching organizational values.
25 Feb 2021

Mi'kmaq Fishing Rights are Human Rights

Recently, tensions have escalated in Nova Scotia regarding Indigenous fishing rights. This post tackles the conflict and its link to human rights!
23 Oct 2020

Defunding the Police Yay or Nay?

Defunding the police, should we do it? This blog post aims to explore this question!
27 Aug 2020

Statement on Black Lives Matter

MARL stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
9 Jun 2020

Impacts of Colonialism on Indigenous Children and Families in Manitoba

Manitoba, much like Canada, has a long history of separating Indigenous children from their families
26 Nov 2018

Toxicity in the Restaurant Sector: Harassment, Sexism, Safety

This past week, Winnipeg restaurant chain Stella’s has been criticized for harassment of employees.
16 Nov 2018

Winnipeg’s History: Rooster Town

From the early 1900s-1960, what is now Pan Am Pool, Grant Park Mall and High School was home to a Métis settlement.
15 Nov 2018

Geography and Experience: Shaping our Human Rights Education

Learning is a lifelong process which everyone engages with through formal and informal means.
25 Oct 2018

Impacts of Hydro on the Fabric of Northern Communities

For decades, Manitoba Hydro has been negatively impacting Northern communities.
22 Oct 2018

The Right to Housing in the Manitoban Context

In Manitoba, housing is an issue which impacts those who are most marginalized.
15 Oct 2018

The Accessibility of Portage and Main

​Winnipeg’s ongoing debate on the opening of Portage and Main has been of broad and current interest in the city.
5 Oct 2018

Living Rights Then & Now: Indigenous Voting Rights

Indigenous peoples in Canada have only been allowed to exercise this right for the past 58 years.
2 Oct 2018

Charter Rights for All - Stop Bill 24

MARL helps kickoff campaign dedicated to protecting and promoting Charter rights for all Manitobans, including the most marginalized
13 Jul 2018
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