Canadian Museum for Human Rights opens this weekend

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Antoine Predock is the creative architect who has melded the “idea” of human rights with an outstanding architectural form. (Photo: Aaron Cohen/CMHR-MCDP)

The world’s first museum solely dedicated to human rights is now ready to take visitors on a journey of education and inspiration. Gagarin is honoured to have contributed three interactive installations to the permanent exhibition.

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is today, 19 September, opening its doors to the public. The grand opening ceremonies will be streamed online from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. GMT at https://humanrights.ca/event/watch-opening-ceremonies-live.

The amazing and inspiring museum building holds 11 galleries and 24,000 square metres of floor space.

We will provide more details about our work for the museum very soon - but for now let's celebrate with Winnipeg and the celebration of Human Rights.

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(Photo: CMHR)

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(Photo: CMHR)

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(Photo: CMHR)

Created 19 September 2014