Evening Event | Assiniboine Community College

Evening Event

At 5:00pm a gallery tour for the CAPNE 2019 Conference will be held at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), which is within walking distance of the Fort Garry hotel, followed by dinner.

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened in September 2014 and is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights.

Gallery Tour

  • Human rights stories are showcased from multiple perspectives, in unique and remarkable ways.
  • The Museum also houses a vast digital collection of recorded oral histories, relayed by people with lived experience of human rights in Canada and around the world.
  • Dynamic, interactive exhibits – presented by master exhibit designer Ralph Appelbaum Associates – are arranged around human rights themes, using multimedia technology and stunning visuals.
  • Interpretive learning programs use human interaction to enhance the museum experience. Activities include games, issue-based theatre, art, music, debates and discussion.
  • A self-guided audio tour is available on the Museum’s award-winning mobile app, which can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play (search “Canadian Museum for Human Rights”).
  • Beyond the walls, programs extend to a robust online presence, lectures, outreach kits, a national teachers’ resource data base and a national student program. 

You can learn more about the Canadian Human Rights museum and explore various human rights stories here: https://humanrights.ca/


Dinner will be served after the gallery tour in the Terrace at the CMHR. This tranquil venue is sure to deliver a truly unique dining experience!

Please contact CAPNE at CAPNE2019@Assiniboine.net if you have any dietary concerns that you have not included in your registration information.

Shopping Boutique

The museum has its own boutique open until 9:30pm on Wednesdays.

The gift shop offers an ever-changing array of socially conscious giftware that challenges thought and action, championing and promoting human rights. All product sold is ethical and sustainable.

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