Y’a quelqu’a quelqu’un l’aut’bord du mur (YQQ) and the CPRLV wanted to join forces to offer an activity open to all outdoors. To mark the International Day of Non-Violence, both organizations are joining forces for an activity in line with their respective missions and issues.
Starting at 2 pm, citizens are invited to take part in an exploratory walk in small groups, through the alleys of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve to identify possible hateful graffiti, to list them and then to make an assessment and return of experience with experts who will be able to intervene and animate the exchanges.
- The event will be maintained in case of rain and cancelled only if the weather is bad.
- All sanitary measures will be respected according to current government guidelines.
Location: meeting point at 1875 Morgan Avenue, Montreal, QC H1V 2R1 (in front of the bain Morgan)
Activity reported in November
Hate-motivated Acts, Incidents and Speech: How to Understand, Recognize and Prevent Them
Webinar in French
While the Covid-19 pandemic has notably exacerbated hate-motivated acts, incidents and speech in the public space and social networks, the CPRLV will offer an activity focusing on this phenomenon and the ways to curb it.
The webinar will attempt to propose a definition of extra- and inter-community hate acts, incidents and speech as well as a series of good practices to prevent this increasingly present phenomenon. The Centre for Civic Religious Literacy (CCRL) will also offer an incursion into this webinar on the issue of religious literacy in the prevention of hate-motivated acts, incidents and speech.
Date and Time
October 7, 2020, from 4 pm to 5:30 pm, in French (registration)
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- On 21 September 2020
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