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Annual Report

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ANNUAL REPORT

The annual report produced by the Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV) provides a summary of the activities carried out by the CPRLV during the previous year in keeping with the objectives set out in the Centre’s mission, presents the year’s highlights especially any initiatives or activities carried out, and examines key challenges ahead for the CPRLV.

2020 ANNUAL REPORT


Prevention : A More Coordinated Response

2017 ANNUAL REPORT


Preventing radicalization leading to violence. Spreading the expertise from Montreal and Quebec

2019 ANNUAL REPORT


Working Together for the Entire Community

2016 ANNUAL REPORT


Intensify prevention

2018 ANNUAL REPORT


Strength in Community

2015 ANNUAL REPORT


A New Approach to Violent Radicalization

  • 8 September 2021
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OUR WEBINARS ARE BACK !

This fall, the CPRLV is offering a series of free webinars, open to all, on issues related to radicalization leading to violence and hate-motivated acts. Join us to be better equipped to act as a prevention actor. For more details and to register, check out our programming
  • 1 September 2021
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The CPRLV is growing!

We are delighted to welcome Khaoula El Khalil, our new Research Advisor, to the CPRLV team. As Research advisor at the CPRLV, Khaoula is in charge of researching content on hate-motivated acts, as well as providing scientific support for the content of the teams’ programs and tools. Khaoula is a Master’s graduate in political science […]
  • 20 August 2021
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MEET THE TEAM BEHIND 404 MAGAZINE

The 404 Magazine team is looking forward to bringing its new fall issue, which focuses on the theme of “Beyond Hate”. To give you a taste of what’s to come, the members of the team have put together a video explaining why this theme was chosen and why you MUST read this issue !