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Current Research Projects

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The CPRLV research unit is involved in a series of research projects conducted in partnership with universities, practice environments and institutional actors. These projects, all of which adopt an action research approach, are designed to develop a better understanding of specific aspects of the violent radicalization phenomenon.

Rétablir l’ordre. Peur, méfiance, haine des minorités culturelles et sexuelles (in French)

Edited by researcher Denise Helly of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique, this book brings together the scientific contributions of the CPRLV and several other authors on the various forms of hostility developed by segments of the Canadian population towards cultural and sexual minorities.

  • 9 March 2023
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The CPRLV is growing!

As a Communication and media relations Advisor at CPRLV, Emilie Rousselet is responsible for the Center’s outreach. Emilie holds a BTS in business communication and a bachelor’s degree in marketing and digital communication from the ESICAD business school. She has been working for more than ten years in communication and has accompanied various structures from […]
  • 22 February 2023
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New employee!

As a Mobilization Project Manager at the CPRLV, Philippe Marchand is responsible for developing the organization’s mobilization and partnership strategy. She acts as a resource person for the various groups and regional consultations.  Philippe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology from the University of Montreal. He has worked for over twenty years in […]
  • 19 January 2023
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The CPRLV team is growing!

As a Community Support Advisor at the CPRMV, Nativité Castello provides listening and support to citizens, professionals and communities concerned by situations of violent radicalization and acts of hate. Nativité has a bachelor’s degree in criminology and is a candidate for a master’s degree in criminology at the Université de Montréal (UdeM), where she studies […]