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Open doors training on March 6

New training: Hexagon

Understanding Far-Left Extremist Radicalization

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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.

  • 22 February 2019
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Meeting of RCJEQ partners

Thank you to our partner, the Réseau des carrefours jeunesse–emploi du Québec, for inviting the CPRLV to meet the partners on February 21, to collaborate on ideas that promote the expression of the voice and the experience of young people in Quebec.
  • 22 February 2019
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Launch of Québec Volontaire

Thank you to our partner Les Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec (LOJIQ) for inviting the CPRLV to the launch of “Québec volontaire”, a program that allows many young people to participate in mobility projects and reach their full potential. More specifically, this new program is being implemented with the support of the Secrétariat à la […]
  • 22 February 2019
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Training session offered in Sherbrooke

The CPRLV provided a training session entitled “Understand, recognize and prevent radicalization leading to violence” to teaching staff in physical education and health at the Université de Sherbrooke. To find out more about our specialized training, please consult our training brochure: Discover