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Indigenous and Human Rights: An Executive Leadership Program


Downtown Winnipeg skyline with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in foreground

A child views a gallery at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

People interact with gallery at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Holocaust gallery at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

A one-week immersive experience — next session runs June 18 – 22, 2019

To register, please fill out a registration form and email to paceregistration@uwinnipeg.ca.

For program content-related questions, please contact Mireille Lamontagne at 204.289.2241.

Registration deadline is Monday, June 3, 2019.


This program is a unique and immersive executive learning experience delivered in partnership by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and The University of Winnipeg. Delivered on site at the world-renowned Canadian Museum for Human Rights, this exclusive program will equip government, corporate, and public leaders to shape their organizations’ perspectives and apply human rights leadership principles in the workplace — through a broad understanding of Indigenous and human rights.

Rich, immersive experience

Executives and leaders will be inspired, enlightened, and empowered by an intensive and engaging curriculum comprised of:

  • Influential keynote speakers and leading human rights thinkers
  • Experiential and conventional workshops and lectures
  • Theme-focused tours
  • Self-guided in-gallery study
  • Relationship building and ideas exchange
  • Strategies for developing a workplace action plan

Program Tuition 

All learning materials, experiences, and some meals (coffee breaks, lunches, and some suppers) are included in the program fee of $6,000 per participant. 

Finding Accommodation

Individuals are responsible for the costs of their own hotel accommodation and travel to Winnipeg.

Until April 5, 2019, a room block with a rate of $189/night (plus taxes) is reserved for participants who wish to stay at Inn at the Forks, located adjacent to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Participants are encouraged to contact the hotel directly at 1-877-377-4100 by April 5 to make their reservation. Participants must identify themselves as attendees of the Indigenous and Human Rights Executive Leadership Program and reference Group Reservation #396094

While the reserved rooms will not be held past April 5, program participants can still call Inn at the Forks to check for room availability after this date. The block rate of $189 will still be applied if rooms are available. 

Please note that this course coincides with National Indigenous Day and hotels are booked throughout the city at this time of year. Course participants are responsible for finding a place to stay while in Winnipeg.

 

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