Join us at our Lunch & Learn Series each month for a free human rights workshop. MARL is dedicated to raising awareness for rights and liberties. We focus strongly on youth empowerment through workshops and activities that measurably increase awareness of human rights and civil liberties. We are now excited to bring these workshops to professionals. Each workshop engages with a current human rights struggle from a Manitoban context. You will be challenged to think differently, you will be encouraged to reflect and you will gain knowledge and empathy for a perspective different from your own. Looking forward to meeting you!
The Manitoba Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, and the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties proudly present the annual Manitoba Human Rights Awards. These awards are given out every year in celebration of International Human Rights Day. Please RSVP here.
The Manitoba Association for Rights & Liberties presents the sixth of our Ethics Café series. Open to everybody, The Ethics Cafe is an inclusive community dialogue, asking you to join the discussion on today's most difficult questions. No answer prep is necessary, and how you choose to participate in the discussion is up to you!
Join the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties as we celebrate our 39th Anniversary!
This year’s gala, again will feature live music from the HMCS Chippewa Jazz Ensemble. A great keynote speaker, James Favel co-founder of the Bear Clan Patrol. As well as a cash bar, and appetizers including a poutine bar. We will have a silent auction, with great prizes at the event. All funds raised go directly to supporting MARL’s human right educational programming.
You’re support helps to make the MARL vision of a world where people’s diversity is valued, liberties are respected, and rights are lived a reality.