Canadian Museum for Human Rights School Programs
A variety of K-12 school programs are available onsite at the Museum or virtually from your classroom.
Their programs are designed to be inclusive and accessible for students of all needs and ages. Running between one and two hours, each of the curriculum-based programs allow students to explore and discuss human rights issues through hands-on learning and activities.
All of the onsite programs are followed by a visit to galleries and exhibits that reflect their lessons. They also offer tours, which allow students to explore the Museum’s highlights and specific themes.