The Centre is very honored by the invitation of UNESCO to participate at the UN General Assembly on the issue of preventing anti-Semitism.
9 October 2018
The Center is delighted to have received Mr. Jean-Paul Marthoz (journalist of Le Soir), Ms. Solange Lefebvre (professor at the University of Montreal), Mr. Jonathan Montpetit (journalist at CBC News) and Mr. Fabrice de Pierrebourg (FM 98.5) to take part in the conference, organized in collaboration with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCUNESCO) and the […]
The Centre, in collaboration with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCUNESCO) and the Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec (FPJQ) were pleased to make possible a training on the journalistic treatment of terrorism at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) for the Journalism and Society course with Mr. Jean-Paul Marthoz, Belgian journalist and author […]
The Centre highlighted the first year of the campaign “What if I Was Wrong, When We Talk, We Learn!” with young people from different youth organizations in Montreal. The event “Youth Engagement for Peace” was part of the activities of the International Day for Peace in Montreal, whose goal was to create a platform for […]
Lunch-talk at the Centre on France-Belgique, des attentats de filière aux dernières évolutions de la radicalisation. Et après ? with Sébastien Boussois, doctorate in political science. He is a research associate at the CECID in Brussels (Université Libre de Bruxelles), and at the Université du Québec à Montréal (OMAN – Université de Montréal), an expert […]
Participation of the Centre in youth story sharing and their unique experiences at the 2018 Colloque social organized by the par Association Racines, on “The identity construction of young people from immigrant families in Quebec: A look at young people of Maghreb origin “. In addition, the Centre presented its awareness campaign “What if I […]
The Centre offered an awareness workshop to a group of seniors at the habitations Émilien-Gagnon in Saint-Léonard on prejudices and stereotypes. A sharing of real experiences on discrimination and discussions on possible solutions emerged from this “What if I Was Wrong, When We Talk, We Learn!” workshop.