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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
  • Training and Skills Development Team:
    • Prevention
    • Public Awareness
    • Training
  • Case management and Social Reintegration Team:
    • Intervention
    • Counselling
    • Support
  • Partnerships and Community Engagement Team:
    • Engagement
    • Mobilization
    • Collaboration
    • Education
  • 16 July 2018
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Visit at the Centre

The Centre hosted Kawser Ahmed, a researcher from the University of Manitoba, who is working on the role of community based organizations in countering violent extremism in western societies. This visit allowed an exchange between the experts on the prevention of violent extremism and violent radicalization leading to violence.
  • 11 July 2018
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Procedure for the reception and processing of requests for assistance

Centre’s procedure for the reception and processing of requests for assistance We invite you to read this chart in order to better understand how the Centre proceeds for the reception and processing of request for assistance. How do we evaluate the case? What is the development of an Individualized Service Plan (ISP)? What are our methods […]
  • 11 July 2018
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Training session offered in Beloeil

The Centre provided training on the prevention of radicalization leading to violence to a group of youth home front-line workers in Beloeil who requested a better understanding of the issue of violent extremism.