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The Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV) is honoured to have been able to establish partnerships and collaborations with a wide range of partners in the field of prevention in Quebec, in Canada, and internationally. These partnerships have led to the signature of collaborative agreements in a variety of domains ranging from scientific research to the exchange of best practices and sharing of expertise with regard to the prevention of radicalization leading to violence. Other collaborations have resulted in innovative initiatives or projects and field activities aimed at building resilience, equipping and bringing awareness to a diverse audience, and fostering coexistence in the face of hate incidents and radicalization events leading up to violence.

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  • 16 January 2020
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Lunch-talk at the CPRLV: A Presence for All

The CPRLV offered an overview of its mentorship program “A Presence for All” which aims to support individuals who might experience personal issues causing them to turn into extremism or hatred.  Deadline to apply: January 30th, 2020Information and application registration: https://bit.ly/2TveFH2
  • 16 January 2020
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Participation of the CPRLV in the 7th edition of the CÉRIUM Student Colloquium

The CPRLV took part in the round table on media web, as a tool for violent extremism of the 7th edition of the Centre d’études et de recherches internationales de l’UdeM (CÉRIUM) Student Colloquium on radicalization, disinformation and social movements. Thank you for the invitation!
  • 15 January 2020
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Pedagogical tool of a CPRLV’s partner

The CPRLV team is pleased to become familiar with the “Génolabo” tool of the Maison des Adolescents de Strasbourg with a perspective of exchanging good practices in the development of pedagocical tools.