Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

On Tuesday, September 25 through Friday, September 28, 2018, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) and the City of Human Rights Education (TheCoHRE) will host the Federation of International Human Rights Museums and ICOM COMCOL in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Contemporary Collections: Contested and Powerful

Museum collections are not only more contested than ever before, but also hold more potential to effect social, environmental, and political change. This dynamic is reflective of the global state and the more active role museums are playing within it as change agents, promoting dialogue, understanding, and human rights.

September 25-28

Why Attend?

Join approximately 250 member institutions of FIHRM, and museum professionals and associated of ICOM COMCOL, from all continents of the world, as we discuss controversial global issues impacting museums, collections, and human rights, and confront them with a collective voice.

Education

Inspiration

Networking

250

MEMBER INSTITUTIONS

4

DAYS OF RICH CONTENT

4

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

3

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Program

Join us for 4 days of panel discussions, engaging keynotes, networking and an exclusive tour of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

17:00
Wellington Ballroom at The Fairmont Winnipeg

Conference Registration

19:00
Wellington Ballroom at The Fairmont Winnipeg

Welcome Reception

08:00
Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Group Entrance & Registration

10:45

Coffee Break

12:30

Lunch

18:00
Stuart Clark Garden of Contemplation

Dinner

09:00
Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Keynote Speaker, Q&A

10:00

Coffee Break

Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors and supporters, without whom this would not be possible.

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