Radical and Rigid ideas: How to facilitate reintegration?
This training session is offered remotely on the Zoom platform. It
will take place on Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 November 2020, from 9 am
to 12.30 pm. Fees have been adapted to this new format.
Presale is exclusive to members of the Association des services de réhabilitation sociale du Québec (ASRSQ). If you wish to become a member, please visit their website: www.asrsq.ca. Non-member registrations will begin on September 1, 2020.
How to engage in dialogue with a user who has radical and
rigid thoughts? How to adapt one’s intervention with a person who
adheres to extremist ideologies and has hateful or conspiratorial
This training will allow participants to be introduced to the theme of violent extremism in all its forms (extreme right, extreme left, political-religious and single-cause), dissect the radicalization process leading to violence, its vulnerability and protective factors, and behaviors that may indicate a potential situation. These theoretical bases will then allow for discussion and reflection around an evolving case study thanks to the Hexagon pedagogical tool. In addition to providing keys for reflection on the role of social reintegration organizations in the prevention and intervention of violent radicalization, participants will be made aware of the importance of an interdisciplinary approach in this area and will benefit from concrete tools.
Dates and Time
November 18 and 19, from 9 am to 12:30 pm, in French (registration and fees)
The Manosphere: Between adaptation to a new model of equality and the hatred of women
For a few years now, events relayed in the news have increasingly attracted the public’s attention on movements asking for a return to traditional values, questioning the place of women in society, and rejecting our constitutional societies’ institutional model, especially as concerns gender equality. Have recent historical feminist victories, in Québec as elsewhere, encouraged the emergence of concerns over men’s roles in society, as well as anxieties over the centrality of the masculine model? Without pretending to offer an exhaustive answer to this question, the CPRLV wants to offer a webinar aimed at demystifying different movements associated to the manosphere. This mostly online environment invites growing curiosity in various sectors, including the academic community. Thus, in this webinar, we will provide descriptions of the main components of this movement – such as the Incels – as well as of their respective levels of radicality, and main activities or practices. Finally, the webinar will explore the context of these movements’ emergence, their means of diffusion and communication, their vocabulary, and the concrete forms through which they express violence – gendered or otherwise.
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