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HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE

Amplifying, empowering and celebrating the diversity of our GSRD (gender, sexual, and relationship) diverse communities.

Canada Pride 2022 Human Rights Conference

Pride Winnipeg is proud to host the Canada Pride 2022 Human Rights Conference from June 1-3, 2022.

As we took time to reflect and support one another during this pandemic, we were all confronted and reminded of our communities’ resilience in times of crisis. For this edition of the Canada Pride Human Rights Conference, we have selected priority populations that cross-cut the five identified themes.

We invited folks from across the country to join our national conversation by submitting a workshop, a panel or even an activity to share with conference participants. For interested applicants, see important dates, identified themes, priority populations and the advisory committee members below. We hope to see you in June!

Three Important Dates to Remember

  • December 15, 2021 – Call of Conversations, Submission Deadline
  • Week of February 1, 2022 – Notification of Accepted Submissions
  • June 1-3, 2022 – Conference

Identified Conference Themes

THEME 1:  Advancing Queer Human Rights Struggles – cutting-edge human rights topics today

THEME 2:  Crossing Queer Generations – creating intergenerational dialogue and learning

THEME 3:  Creating Queer Coalitions – building stronger coalitions within and between social justice movements

THEME 4:  Building International Queer Solidarity – supporting global partnerships and dialogue

THEME 5:  Living Our Best Queer Lives – enhancing community wellness and health

Identified Priority Populations​

The Conference Advisory Committee and Pride Winnipeg have selected the following priority communities. We strongly encourage the Conversation applicants to bear in mind these key populations in the submission of their proposed workshops/panels/activities:

  • Indigenous and Two-Spirit Peoples and Communities
  • Trans and Non-Binary People and Communities
  • Queer People of Colour, which includes Black Communities, Migrants & Refugees
  • Women
  • Children, Youth & Elders
  • Community Members with Disabilities

Canada Pride Human Rights Advisory Committee Members

  • Jeansil Bruyère (co-chair)
  • Barb Burkowski (co-chair)
  • Remzi Cej
  • Aaron Devor
  • Dene Guillas
  • Fae Johnstone
  • Doug Kerr
  • Notisha Massaquoi
  • Gina McKay
  • Albert McLeod
  • Jade Pichette
  • Mary Woo Sims
  • Viola Thomas
  • Kristopher Wells
  • Steve Yan

Contact Us

For any inquiries, please contact our team.

humanrightscon@pridewinnipeg.com
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