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Webinars and Conferences


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The webinars offered by the CPRLV address themes related to the prevention of radicalization leading to violence and hate-motivated behaviours. These online presentations are adapted to take into account the needs expressed by the various communities that wish to understand these phenomena and become actors of prevention.

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Webinars Schedule (free and open to the public)


Beyond Hate: Reconnections and Online Conversation Spaces

Webinar for the Peace Days


  • To propose an analysis of the potential of social media to mobilize citizens against extremism and hate-motivated acts
  • To present the different resources that can be used in this space to fight against hate and thus strengthen harmony and social peace

When : Wednesday, September 22, from 1 pm to 2:30 pm ** Montreal Time (EST)**

To participate : Registration (Webinar in French only)

Jihadism in the 21st Century: Trends, Ideologies and Perspectives


  • To learn the major turning points of this movement, the major trends and ideological orientations, as well as the various current issues related to jihadism in various geographical areas

When : Friday, October 1st, from 3 pm to 4:30 pm ** Montreal Time (EST)**

To participate : Registration 

Resisting conspiracy theory and hate speech in times of Coronavirus


  • To address the theme of hate speech and conspiracy theories in the context of the health crisis, as well as the illustration of hateful, racist and xenophobic comments circulating in connection with the current crisis
  • To present the avenues for action and suggestions for tools and guides to better inform ourselves, and resist the spread of such discourses and theories

When : Thursday, October 14, from 3 pm to 4:30 pm ** Montreal Time (EST)**

To participate : Registration 

Engaging dialogue with a person who adheres to conspiracy theories


  • To understand the appeal of conspiracy theories for certain audiences
  • To reflect on the needs that are being met by this type of discourse and movement
  • To orient participants towards good practices for welcoming and dialoguing with someone who adheres to or disseminates conspiracy ideologies, both online and offline

When : Thursday, October 28, from 3 pm to 4:30 pm ** Montreal Time (EST)**

To participate : Registration 

Polarized and polarizing debates: How to address sensitive topics in educational settings?


  • Create a space for dialogue around the issue of sensitive topics in the classroom
  • Understand the issues and impacts that certain topics may have on students
  • Apply supportive practices to address polarized and polarizing debates in the classroom

When : Wednesday, December 8, from 3 pm to 4:30 pm ** Montreal Time (EST)**

To participate : Registration 


“This webinar helped me understand the mission of the CPRLV and how the Centre views the complex concept of radicalization.”

– Participant in the webinar “Radicalization Leading To Violence : What Are We Speaking Of ?”

“This webinar helped me learn more about the initiatives being undertaken to counter online hate.”

– Participant in the webinar “Borders of Hate: Defining and Preventing Extremism in the Digital Era”

“As a result of this webinar, I am better equipped to listen to and welcome people putting forward conspiracy theories in my circle.”

– Participant in the webinar “Engaging Dialogue with a Person Who Adheres to Conspiracy Theories”

“The information shared on this webinar clearly makes me want to learn more and better understand different ideologies.”

– Participant in the webinar “Right-Wing Extremist Movements in North America: Current Realities and Evolutions in Quebec”

  • 8 September 2021
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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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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 !