Public Service Announcement: The Ethics of Democracy

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.
6 Nov 2019

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD)

New studies suggest that the prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) in the Canadian population is higher than previously thought.
9 Oct 2019

Navigating mental health issues in the workplace

What do you do when you are faced with a situation where you need accommodation​ from your employer?
12 Aug 2019

Donation from J.H. Bruns Collegiate

Students in grade ten English class raised awareness of both environmental and human rights issues by putting on a week-long fundraising campaign.
17 Jul 2019

Youth Activist Highlight: Cameron Adams

Developer of the Swampy-Cree language app; his project looks to revitalize Indigenous languages.
15 Jul 2019

Does Canada’s ‘No-Fly list’ engage our Charter Rights?

This blog post will discuss how the "Passenger Protection Program" engages our rights of liberty and due process.
12 Jun 2019

Canadian High School Ethics Bowl

The event was hosted at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on April 25. Eight High Schools competed during the event.
1 May 2019

The Notwithstanding Clause’s History and Relevance Today

Do you think the notwithstanding clause offers fair limitation to the Charter or does its presence provide the potential for harm?
26 Mar 2019

Anastasia Lin: Human Rights Advocate

Anastasia Lin is a practitioner of Falun Gong a Chinese-Canadian actor, model, beauty pageant and Human Rights advocate.
6 Mar 2019

Ethics Slam 2019!

17 Dec 2018

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
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