International Women’s Day event at the CanadianMuseum for Human Rights. Jane Meagher of MHRI speaks on her experiences.
Advocates of Human rights and women’s issues have reason to celebrate the release of the new $10 Canadian banknote, featuring Viola Desmond and Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights. “With it’s new vertical design ,we Manitobans will be taking a frequent look at this exciting new addition to our wallets. A picture of the courageous Viola […]
March 8, 2018 Join us on March 8th, 2018, at 7pm not only to celebrate International Women’s Day but to be part of the positive change here in Manitoba to support Indigenous women and the homeless. The theme of this evening is to connect homelessness and addiction to the MMIWG; case in point, Tina Fontaine. […]
Sunday, March 4, 2018 Breaking Bread Potluck Manitobans for Human Rights, in partnership with Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan invite you to our Breaking Bread Potluck Fundraiser in commemoration of International Women’s Day Celebrate International Women’s Day with friends, have fun and support education for women and girls in Afghanistan 500 Tache Avenue, St. Boniface, Wpg, MB Sunday, March […]
PROVINCE PROCLAIMS THIRD WEEK IN JANUARY WOMEN’S EQUALITY WEEK The Manitoba government is promoting gender equality and highlighting women’s achievements in the province by proclaiming the third week in January Women’s Equality Week, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible for status of women, announced today. “This is our second year celebrating Women’s Equality Week […]
Check out this story in the Winnipeg Free Press about Surekha Joshi, and her being recognized for outstanding contribution as a volunteer. A woman who has spent more than 25 years tirelessly promoting Indian culture in Winnipeg has been named the recipient of the India Association of Manitoba’s 2017 Unsung Hero award. Surekha Joshi received […]