We’ve found a new home

August 17, 2017

  Dear MARL supporter,   This summer has been a very busy time here at MARL. The organization continues to grow and evolve in a number of positive ways. This summer we’ve made one significant change in finding a new place to call home.   MARL has been in the same office space for the…  more >>

AGM 2017

June 11, 2017

  You’re invited to the MARL Annual General Meeting! This is a great opportunity to learn more about MARL and the work we do, and to have the opportunity to meet people doing good work in the community.   AGM begins at 6:00PM at the United Way Learning Centre – 580 Main St. Volunteer Awards…  more >>

We’re Hiring – Education Coordinator

April 2, 2017

  MARL is currently seeking an enthusiastic and inspired individual for the position of Education Coordinator. This position will be 10-month term, with possibility for renewal dependant on funding, beginning June 1, 2017 at 15 hours a week. The Education Coordinator will be primarily responsible for the development of Know Your Rights and Challenging Ableism…  more >>

MARL Food Security Soup Cook-Off

April 1, 2017

    The Team at MARL has spent a lot of time Stewing over what our next event should be, and we’re Souper excited to be Ladeling out the fun at our first ever MARL Soup Cook-Off!   There will be a minimum of ten different soup options for guests to sample, buns donated by…  more >>

Leaders In Human Rights – Lauren Milne

March 8, 2017

  Lauren Milne   Lauren Milne the recipient of the Sybil Shack Human Rights Youth Award and currently pursuing law in North Dakota Why is sharing human rights stories important? Through the sharing of human rights stories people hear and understand more than the facts about a situation. By hearing personal accounts, people get an…  more >>

Leaders In Human Rights – Michelle Falk

March 8, 2017

  Why is sharing human rights stories important? It’s important for everyone to take in a variety of perspectives and experiences. You might not realize, for example, if you’ve personally never dealt with sexism, how it affects people in your community on a daily basis. On the other hand, if you do identify with these…  more >>

MARL Human Rights Film Festival

March 7, 2017

  The Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties is pleased to announce the seventh annual MARL Human Rights Film Festival.   Developed in 2010 to increase public understanding of social inequality and discrimination, the MARL Human Rights Film Festival is an inclusive festival celebrating the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.   The…  more >>

Join our Board

January 15, 2017

    Volunteer Board Opportunity: Educator  MARL is currently seeking an enthusiastic individual for a volunteer board position with a background in education. As education is our main goal, we are looking for new volunteers that can bring expertise, expand our network and reach of our operations. Positon duties will include: Engage in MARL’s strategic…  more >>

Letter from the Vice President – 2016

December 29, 2016

Dear MARL supporter,   2016 has been another year of growth and positive change for the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties. Our renewed focus on Human Rights Education has allowed us to make many meaningful connection with various members of our diverse Manitoban community. Whether it be through our many in-school workshops we offered…  more >>