Right To Read
Right to Read Manitoba
If you or your child has struggled or is struggling in school to learn to read, for supports and interventions, please consider Joining the Right to Read Manitoba movement. The MB-Human Right Commission conducted a survey on the human rights issues affecting students with reading disabilities in Manitoba's Education system. We want your voices heard.
The Manitoba Human Rights Commission / La Commission des droits de la personne du ManitobaRue 700 - 175 Hargrave StreetWinnipeg, MB R3C 3R8
- Let’s celebrate the Right to Read here in Manitoba.
- Students, families, and friends of Right to Read Manitoba, please come join us to celebrate with an informal gathering on Friday, June 23, at 6:30. We will meet at the main entrance (north side) of the Manitoba Legislature Building where the Honourable Dr Jon Gerrard will speak at 7:00. After the short speeches, there will be time for students and families to meet and play on the grounds.
- Contact us via www.rightToReadManitoba.ca below in the comment section. Please RVSP by June 16.
Art Exhibit in support for Sober Families Alliance
Join the Movement
Please note: Although this is a parent and individual movement, teachers are also welcome.
On October 21, 2022, the Right to Read was declared in Manitoba. Karen Sharma, A/Executive Director MB-HRC made the announcement and then joined Twila Richards in the evening to present this unique initiative at the Forks near the Winnipeg sign.