Canadian Doctors in the Field
Canadians are often strong advocates for human rights, both in Canada and internationally. For those who are active beyond our national borders, this can mean working in dangerous conflict zones. What motivates these individuals to work in such circumstances?
Canadian Doctors in the Field uses powerful artifacts to tell the stories of three fascinating Canadian doctors who have worked in conflict zones around the world. The exhibit is located in the Museum’s introductory gallery (What Are Human Rights?).
Image Credit: National Film Board of Canada fonds, Library and Archives Canada, a114795