The John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights builds communities: spaces where all are included, participate and belong.
Human rights are most real at the community level. While we have international and national instruments for the protection of human rights, living in dignity is realized through our every day relationships with each other: our workplaces, schools, homes and beyond.
The John Humphrey Centre plays a critical role in building spaces of collaboration, respect, commitment and change. An organization like ours cannot be understated – we play a valuable role in building a shared future within the hearts and minds of all ages, abilities, backgrounds and experiences.
"If we are to reach real peace in this world... we shall have to begin with children" - Mahatma Gandhi.
While the Centre’s programming embraces programming for all ages, we have a strong belief in human rights education with children to build our future.
We need you to be part of a movement towards a future of peace, freedom and justice – towards a realization of human rights. Become a Friend of the Centre, sponsor a program, volunteer your time, or participate in one of our training programs. We also gratefully accept any donations (Charitable Number 86870 3679 RR0001). We appreciate your help!
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Members of the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights will be eligible to vote in general meetings and will receive ongoing updates and news from the organization via our newsletter.
Friend: $100 - Couple: $150 - Student:$25
As a Friend, you will be recognized as so by the Centre, receive advance notice of our activities as well as special promotions on tickets for events and conferences.
We need you to be part of a movement towards a future of peace, freedom and justice – towards a realization of human rights. Donate $5, $10, $20 or anything else to support the JHC today!
This memorial fund will pay tribute to Gerry’s legacy of work and passion for human rights. The family will determine a project fitting Gerry’s memory to be undertaken with the funds donated.