The CPRLV’s research is thus unique because it complements academic research by incorporating both theoretical research and practical experience. Take a glance at the work that the Research and Innovation Team does on a daily basis at the Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV). Video
Video of the ambassadors of the campaign What If I Was Wrong The ambassadors of the “What If I Was Wrong? When We Talk, We Learn” awareness campaign share why this project is important to them and invite you to join the cause. This campaign aims to raise awareness about issues related to radicalization leading […]
The role of partnerships and community engagement at the CPRLV Our Partnerships and Community Engagement Team is mandated to develop and implement concrete strategies to address upstream factors associated with radicalization leading to violence. Take a glance at the work that the Partnerships and Community Engagement Team does on a daily basis at the Centre […]
The Centre is proud to have contributed to the creation and launch of the FrancoPREV network of the Organisation Internationale de la francophonie, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. The Centre presented the “What If I Was Wrong? When We Talk, We Learn!” campaign at the conference on social polarization and radicalization leading to violence organized by the Fédération […]
Discussion between the Centre, the Collège de Maisonneuve, the Centre de Services de Justice Réparatrice (CSJR) and the Association québécoise Plaidoyer-Victimes (AQPV) on research issues related to dialogue, mediation and alternative justice processes between perpetrators and victims of hate crimes.
Open house training offered by the Centre on understanding, recognizing and preventing radicalization leading to violence with DYP workers and university students.
18 December 2018
The Centre is pleased to have welcomed, in partnership with the Center for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR), representatives of several Montreal organizations committed to improving hate crime and hate incident prevention strategies in Montreal and Quebec.
Thank you Apathy is Boring for inviting us to the “I am Montreal” event, with the presence of such interesting panelists who work for youth within their communities. It was a pleasure for the Centre to support this 2018 RISE cohort of our partner Apathy is boring, who launched this project which deals with the […]
The Centre is very happy to discuss with young people who are concerned about issues related to prejudices and stereotypes in their environment, during the awareness workshop offered Baobab Familial organization as part of the “What If I Was Wrong? When We Talk, We Learn!” campaign.