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Structure

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STRUCTURE

The Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence had adopted a multi-disciplinary organizational structure, promoting cross-sectoral collaboration among four specialized teams which work together to ensure the elaboration, development and implementation of prevention and intervention strategies for dealing with radicalization leading to violence as well as with hate crimes and incidents.

    • Research and Innovation Team:
      • Documentation
      • Publication
      • Dissemination

The Research and Support for Innovation Team aim to provide expertise on issues pertaining to radicalization and violent extremism at the local level, in addition to bridging the link between academic research and the needs of front-line practitioners. This practice-oriented research approach leverages scientific knowledge to ensure that prevention practices are based on science and evidence.

    • Training and Skills Development Team:
      • Prevention
      • Public Awareness
      • Training

The Training and Skills Development Team provides training to front-line professionals and other types of practitioners on the subject of radicalization leading to violence (for example, to help them understand and distinguish this phenomenon from other social phenomena, such as fundamentalism or mental health), on its diverse manifestations (isolating behaviour and its progression), and on the appropriate case management practices for a wide range of situations and contexts.

    • Case Management Team:
      • Intervention
      • Counselling
      • Support

The Case Management Team carries out interventions and provides support for radicalized individuals or their loved ones. They are responsible for coordinating the CPRLV’s social reintegration approach (psycho-social and community development). It is a hub of activity, directly tied to the Info-Radical platform that the CPRLV manages for all of Quebec, and is a gateway for individuals or professionals seeking help for potential situations of radicalization.

    • Partnerships and Community Engagement Team:
      • Engagement
      • Mobilization
      • Collaboration
      • Education

The Partnerships and Community Engagement Team’s mission is to develop awareness-raising activities with the general public and more targeted audiences (e.g. youth) on issues relating to radicalization and violent extremism. This team raises awareness through activities on identity issues, critical thinking, digital learning, etc. The team also helps develop community relations, partnerships and collaborations, create awareness campaigns and implement individual social reintegration projects taken on by the CPRLV, with an emphasis on community and civic engagement. This team is also in charge of the communications of the CPRLV, the creation and dissemination of information and tools.

  • 19 July 2019
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Upcoming conference in Montreal

The CPRLV will participate in a conference on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 entitled “Avons-nous gagné la bataille contre la radicalisation menant à la violence au nom de l’islam ou du nationalisme en France et au Québec ?“. This conference is part of the 32ième Entretiens Jacques Cartier : le rendez-vous France x Québec Enjeux sociaux et économiques. During this […]
  • 19 July 2019
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Training session offered at the CPRLV

Continuous training and updating of the CPRLV team’s knowledge on the theme of extreme right-wing extremism in Canada and Quebec.
  • 18 July 2019
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Workshop on identity, ideology and pro-social engagement offered in Montreal

It was a pleasure for us to have the opportunity to give our workshop “The Art of Expression” again at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, this Friday, July 12. This workshop is part of our campaign “What If I Was Wrong? When We Talk, We Learn!”, under the theme “I fit in here”. About […]