Aside from being a great place to learn about and celebrate human rights, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has excellent educational resources available on their website.
Denzel, Matt and Mitch at Miles Macdonell Collegiate in Winnipeg took the time to learn about global poverty. They found that poverty rates are very high in Sub-Saharan Africa and that many children and families are malnourished or undernourished, and some are without access to clean drinking water.
The University of Winnipeg and Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning presents: New Perspectives on the History of Women in Canada July 5-6, 2016 at the University of Winnipeg.
Who: Chad Pregracke, CNN’s Hero of the Year 2013 When: April 29th, 2016 Where: Burton Cummings Theatre, 364 Smith Street, Winnipeg, Mb. Time: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. The Manitoba Conservation Districts Association and Take Pride Winnipeg! have organized a unique opportunity exclusively for middle years & high school … Continue Reading OPPORTUNITY: FREE event in Winnipeg “Be The Change-The Power of One”
Are you a young Canadian passionate about global issues and the environment? Are you a young leader making positive changes in your community? Would you like to represent Canadian youth at an official G7 event? Were you born after 22 April 1998? APPLY FOR THIS INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY BY FEB. 15.
Our voices are powerful tools. We can literally speak up on issues that we care about, and people will listen. Some people do this through song or rap, and others do it through spoken word. If you are unfamiliar with spoken word, take a listen to this piece by Canadian … Continue Reading OPPORTUNITY:Use your voice with MCIC! 2016 Spoken Word Project
Starting this fall, the CAWST Wavemakers program will be offering an online course, free for students across Canada! The Virtual Wavemakers Summit is an exciting opportunity for educators and youth to explore local and global water and sanitation issues. The Summit provides educators with an easy-to-follow, action-based curriculum that is … Continue Reading IDEA: Online Curriculum Fosters Global Citizenship & Action for WASH
October 19th is a very important day in Canadian politics: it is election day! Although many students won’t be able to vote in this election, the youth voice can have an incredible influence through social media, demonstrations, letter writing and through calls to action. What issues are important to young … Continue Reading IDEA: Get Politically Aware this Election Season