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Radicalization situations are complex and multifaceted realities.

Although the process of radicalization leading to violence may span months, even years, it is a reversable process. Between the moment when a person’s radical views first become apparent and the moment when the individual begins to take violent action lies an important window of opportunity for preventive intervention. Through positive interaction with the individual, it is possible both to eliminate causes that might tip the scales in favor of radicalization and to strengthen preventative factors that might help the individual resist indoctrination.

The CPRLV has set up services to support the population and professionals (listen, support and advise). They may be a radicalized individual (formerly radicalized or in the process of being radicalized), their entourage or professionals in environments affected by situations of radicalization leading to violence and hate-motivated behaviour.

These services are the responsibility of the CPRLV‘s professionals, who ensure that each and every one of them has a reassuring and personalized presence:

  • The help service through the Info-radical line, our forms or in person allows you to establish initial contact with the CPRLV and discuss your concerns, in complete confidentiality.
  • The support service will be mobilized either through individual or group meetings focused on the needs of the radicalized individual (formerly radicalized or in the process of being radicalized), his or her family and friends or professionals in contexts of situations of radicalization leading to violence and hate behaviour, depending on the request made.
  • 13 December 2019
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Participation of the CPRLV in a round table discussion on living together

The CPRLV participated in a round table entitled “Living together… but for who and how? Navigating Human Rights in Montreal” organized by the Centre for Civic Religious Literacy and the Canada Race Relations Foundation to exchange with community leaders, the general public, representatives of organizations and institutions, on principles of living together and solutions around […]
  • 13 December 2019
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Workshop offered at MDJ Bordeaux-Cartierville

The CPRLV offered an awareness workshop of the “What If I Was Wrong? When We Talk, We Learn!” campaign to a group of young people from the Maison de jeunes Bordeaux-Cartierville, in Montreal, with the objective of encouraging them to reflect and debate on identity prejudices and stereotypes. Thank you for the participation! For more information […]
  • 13 December 2019
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Training sessions offered in Charleroi

The CPRLV was invited to offer its “Hexagon” training, a pedagogical tool for supporting the analysis of situations of radicalization leading to violence, to different groups. They consisted of officials of the City of Charleroi, community organizations, employees working in the field of socio-professional integration of immigrants and in the I.P.P.J., police officers, psychologists, cultural, sports […]