OUR PEOPLE ARE DEFENDERS OF 


Who We Are

Founder Alma Salem almasalem.com

The Freedom Museum Guardians Are: 

Muzna Dureid  Gender and Diversity consultant 

Mohammad Ghannam   Journalist

PHD. Dena Davida Founder and curator of Tangente contemporary dance - Canada

Maria Salem International development expert

Mohamed Gaber Multidisciplinary designer and artist

The Freedom Museum home is in Montreal Canada and has an international roaming

Pop-up Museum, and a Virtual Online Museum that offers a curatorial experience to relevant collections tackling issues of freedom and connects to people’s heritage of freedom around the world.

It announced 2019 as its year of research and development.

The Freedom Museum will build its teams and  governance structure during this inception phase.

“THE FREEDOM MUSEUM " is a contemporary arts thoughts leadership public space serving all humans resisting and seeking their Freedom.

OUR BOARD will consist of eminent contemporary artists, Human rights and freedom of artistic expression defenders, of champions of positive social change, and those who defines, reshape and shift both contemporary artistic expression and freedom narratives with their thoughts and actions.

WE PARTNER with ambitious policy makers, intellectuals, philanthropists and patrons of the arts, historians and thoughts leaders, artists, museums, art institutions, art educators, art critics, writers, journalists, researchers, media experts, social platforms, technicians, hackers, academics, teachers, schools, universities, students, volunteers, artists clusters, hubs, venues, governments and governing bodies, parliamentarians, tribes and other community leaders, we research all forms of data , inventories and collections, who are willing to open-up, share resources and collaborate to achieve THE FREEDOM MUSEUM mission. 

WE ENGAGE with diverse communities in peaceful movements of justice that include; children's rights, LGBTQ rights, equality, indigenous rights, disability rights, heritage of freedom protection, social inclusion of new immigrants and refugees in Canada and around the world

WE INFLUENCE—both face to face and online— hundreds of thousands of diverse audiences, publics and  masses, through campaigning in three languages, petitions, and lobbying for solidarity with all freedoms movement.

The Freedom Museum is registered since

September 2018  as OBNL . Lettres patentes # 1173970170

(RLRQ,chapitre C-38) in Quebec - Canada