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SERVICES

Radicalization situations are complex and multifaceted realities.

The CPRLV has set up services to support the population and professionals: listen, support and advise.

These services are the responsibility of the CPRLV‘s professionals, who ensure that each and every one of them has a reassuring and personalized presence:

  • The help service (through the Info-radical line, our forms or in person) allows you to establish initial contact with the CPRLV and discuss your concerns, in complete confidentiality.
  • The support service is defined by an offer of individual or group meetings focused on the needs of the radicalized individual, formerly radicalized or in the process of being radicalized, of his or her family and friends or of professionals in contexts of situations of radicalization leading to violence and hate behaviour, depending on the request made.
  • 23 June 2021
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  • News, Newsletter

CPRLV’S NEWSLETTER – JUNE

We invite you to read about our activities, projects, events and publications in our latest newsletter. JUNE 2021 If you wish to subscribe to the CPRLV’s monthly newsletter, please fill out the following form.
  • 21 June 2021
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  • News

WELCOME TO OUR COMMUNICATION ADVISORS HIRED OVER THE SUMMER !

Welcome to our three communication recruits! Pauline Dufour, our new Communications AdvisorAs Communications Advisor at the CPRLV, Pauline Dufour brings her contribution to social media content strategies, in the newsletter’s design, in the animation of awareness raising booths and any other task related to communications. Pauline is currently completing a master’s degree in Public and […]
  • 15 June 2021
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  • News

The CPRLV is growing

Welcome to our new employees ! Gabriel Larivière, our new Research AdvisorAs Research Advisor at the CPRLV, Gabriel Larivière provides scientific support for program and tools content. Gabriel holds a Master’s degree in Islamic Studies from McGill University. He was a researcher with the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) and worked on […]