The Canadian Museum for Human Rights contains 47,000 square feet of exhibitry, artifact cases, theatre, scenic pieces, graphics, and interactive stations, revealing both historic and common importance from the stories of the Indigenous Peoples and Breaking the Silence to the Human Rights Today galleries.
Creating Meaningful, Lasting Change
Visitors are provided with an immersive, interactive experience that offers both the inspiration and the tools to make a difference in the lives of others. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is envisioned as a national and international destination – a centre of learning where Canadians and people from around the world can engage in discussion and commit to taking action against hate and oppression.
A symbolic statement of both the rootedness and the upward struggle for human rights”
Antoine PredockArchitect, Hon. FRAIC
For more information on this project, or if you’re interested in working with us, please contact President and CEO Sam Kohn