UWinnipeg, CMHR to teach business execs about Indigenous rights

June 13, 2018

The University of Winnipeg and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights have announced that they will hold an immersive, six-day course for business leaders interested in shaping workplace cultures that respect Indigenous and human rights. In addition to interactive museum exhibits, the program will feature presentations and discussions with Indigenous leaders, activists, human rights scholars, and Residential School survivors. “There is a hunger and need for this course in the corporate world,” said Dave Angus, President of Winnipeg-based Johnston Group. “Executives want tangible examples to help them effect meaningful change in their organizations and become leaders in efforts for reconciliation.” UWinnipeg | CBC