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EDUCATION AND ART FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENT EXTREMISM AMONG YOUTH

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our prevention activities

Awareness-raising campaign

"WHAT IF I WAS WRONG"

GUIDES


Explore our series of practical guides on diverse issues pertaining to radicalization leading to violence, designed to help front-line actors in a variety of sectors become better informed and play a more effective role in prevention.

TOOLS


Be you a parent, teacher, social worker, health professional or private citizen, the CPRLV has developed a variety of simple tools tailored to your needs to help you become better informed and raise awareness about radicalization leading to violence, and to enable you to play an active role in its prevention.

PUBLICATIONS


Consult and download our research reports and memos, as well as expert literature produced by the CPRLV. Our publications address a broad range of topics, offering non-partisan information on issues pertaining to radicalization leading to violence and its prevention.

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Kiosk “What If I Was Wrong?”

Kiosk “What If I Was Wrong?” at Collège Bois-de-Boulogne On April 18th, the Centre held a kiosk of the “What If I Was Wrong?” campaign at Collège Bois-de-Boulogne to raise awareness about issues related to radicalization leading to violence among youth.
  • 19 April 2018
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Recognising Other’s Identity

We’ve completed holding the first wave of the workshop “Recognising Other’s Identity: Reinforcing Our Resilience Against Hate Speech”, with French Secondary 3 students at Anjou Secondary School. It was a real pleasure to speak with these young people!
  • 19 April 2018
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Open House Day

The Centre held its first “Open House Day” training session on the prevention of radicalization leading to violence, at our offices here in Montréal. The training session was held on Tuesday April 17. Participants included community workers, amongst others.