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Living Rights Then and Now
Virtual Ethics Café: Education in a Time of Uncertainty
7 January 2021
How should teachers address students who hold views that may be based on misinformation or conspiracy theories?
Reflections on Human Rights Education in 2020
4 January 2021
Executive Director, Michelle Falk, reflects on what we learned at MARL in 2020.
Human Resources or Human Rights?
9 December 2020
MARL is committed to a rights-based approach to eliminating discrimination in schools, the community, as well as workplaces.
Humanitarian and Poverty COVID Crisis Looms: Open Letter to Province of Manitoba
2 December 2020
Below are the contents of an open letter sent to Premier Pallister and Minister of Families Heather Stefanson from Make Poverty History Manitoba.
Why Removing Statues of John A. Macdonald (and others) is Not Erasing History
26 November 2020
Should statues of historical figures, like that of John A. Macdonald, continue to be mounted?
Mi'kmaq Fishing Rights are Human Rights
23 October 2020
Recently, tensions have escalated in Nova Scotia regarding Indigenous fishing rights. This post tackles the conflict and its link to human rights!
Defunding the Police Yay or Nay?
27 August 2020
Defunding the police, should we do it? This blog post aims to explore this question!
Virtual Ethics Café: COVID-19 & Racism (Part 3 of 3)
22 July 2020
Part three of the Ethics Café on COVID-19 & Racism summarizes the comments and throughts shared regarding defunding/disbanding the police.
Virtual Ethics Café: COVID-19 & Racism (Part 2 of 3)
21 July 2020
Part two of the Ethics Café on COVID-19 & Racism summarizes the comments shared regarding First Nations communities, land management, and racism.
Virtual Ethics Café: COVID-19 & Racism (Part 1 of 3)
20 July 2020
On June 18th, we held a virtual Café on COVID-19 and Racism. Thirty people joined us to explore this topic from various angles.
MARL Welcomes This Year’s Education Program Intern; Cassie Dong
15 July 2020
“We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
MARL Welcomes This Year’s Communications Intern; Clèche Kokolo
15 July 2020
“Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” – Harriet Tubman
Statement on Black Lives Matter
9 June 2020
MARL stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Manitobans: COVID-19 Doesn’t Discriminate. Nor Should You!
2 June 2020
Manitobain(e)s, La COVID-19 ne discrimine pas. Vous non plus!
Report on the Public Guardian and Trustee (PGT) of Manitoba
30 April 2020
An overview of the Public Guardian and Trustee of Manitoba.
What Future Do we Want?
10 April 2020
Ethical Perspectives and Legacy of Recent Civil Disobedience Protests
Canada’s History with Black History Month
24 February 2020
February is also the month in which Canadians and our neighbors to the South celebrate Black History Month.
Public Service Announcement: The Ethics of Democracy
6 November 2019
The Ethics of Democracy will be hosted at Joe Black Coffee Bar on November 15. The event starts at 6:00 p.m. and will finish at 9:00 p.m.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD)
9 October 2019
New studies suggest that the prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) in the Canadian population is higher than previously thought.
Navigating mental health issues in the workplace
12 August 2019
What do you do when you are faced with a situation where you need accommodation from your employer?
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