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 — June 19 – 24, 2018

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

Tuition and accommodation

All learning materials, experiences, and some meals (coffee breaks, lunches, and some suppers) are included in the program fee of $6,000 per participant. Individuals are responsible for the costs of their own hotel accommodation and travel to Winnipeg.

A room block with a rate of $189/night has been reserved for participants who wish to stay at Inn at the Forks, located adjacent to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

To register, please fill out a registration form and email to

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