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Project "Extreme Dialogue Québec"

The small illustrated guide to hatred in Quebec

A doubt? A concern?

Ask yourself these questions

when you receive an information related to conspiracy theories

"That's none of my business"

Theme of our awareness campaign "What if I was wrong?"

Best practices

for engaging dialogue with a person who adheres to conspiracy theories



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.


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.


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.

  • 29 July 2021
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The CPRLV was present at the Place du marché

Last Friday the CPRLV team came to meet Quebec citizens on the place du marché. Our participants answered the following question: “How can I do my part to prevent hateful acts? “. Here are some of their answers: “Love is the cure courage Is the weapon, kindness always” “Act by ourselves or call for help […]
  • 27 July 2021
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We invite you to read about our activities, projects, events and publications in our latest newsletter. JULY 2021 If you wish to subscribe to the CPRLV’s monthly newsletter, please fill out the following form.
  • 20 July 2021
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From July to September 2021, the CPRLV team will host awareness booths on radicalization and hate issues. Place du Marché (at the exit of the Frontenac metro station) July 21 from 1 to 3 pm July 23 from 1 to 3 pm August 11 from 1 to 3 pm September 17 from 1 to 3 […]