(Approx. 750 words; or roughly 2-3 pages double-spaced) 1) View the “Virtual Museum Tour” from the Canadian Museum For Human Rights found at this link (approx. 20 min long): https://www.youtube.com/w
1) View the “Virtual Museum Tour” from the Canadian Museum For Human Rights found at thislink (approx. 20 min long):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym6jgeOlpyc&ab_channel=CanadianMuseumforHumanRights2) Visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights website, and explore the various exhibitions andcontent featured: https://humanrights.ca/Afterwards, write a 750-word response in the form of a reflection paper (note, a reflection paper isanalytical and is not intended to be an opportunity to write freely as one does in a diary on any topic).Reflection papers should have an academic tone, so you should write it in a somewhat professionalmanner, yet it should also be personal and subjective to your views and experience. After viewing thetour, analyze and reflect upon how it shaped your perception and thoughts on the subject.So for instance, consider the following questions:-Why do you think it is important to have a museum dedicated to human rights? What perspective(s)can it provide to people?-What did you find particularly noteworthy about the brief tour and/or your exploration of themuseum? Was one exhibition most interesting to you, and why?-What are your thoughts on human rights? Is there a particular human rights issue that stands out themost to you?-Why do you think this is this an important subject matter for Canadians?Although you don’t need to answer all of these questions, they can be a good starting point for you toengage with the subject and connect your views to the material.