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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.

  • 5 June 2020
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Online talk with a Danish Prevention Centre

The CPRLV is pleased to have exchanged with the Danish Center for Prevention of Extremism to better understand their approach and prevention tools adapted to their context. To learn more about this organization, consult the following website:
  • 5 June 2020
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Trainings offered in collaboration with the CRPRS

As part of their first collaboration, the CPRLV and the Centre de ressource pour la prévention des radicalités sociales (CRPRS) based in Lille, France, jointly organized a series of webinars on the prevention of radicalization leading to violence and hate-motivated acts.  Throughout the month of June, this collaboration will offer 4 webinars facilitated by CPRLV trainers. […]
  • 4 June 2020
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Podcast Activity with La Zone

Discussion and reflections with the youth of La Zone on possible solutions to break down perceptions between certain groups of individuals, as part of an initiative they developed for the Acts of Kindness campaign. This activity was related to the “Us Against Them” theme of the “What If I Was Wrong? When We Talk, We Learn!” awareness […]