Project SOMEONE is looking for the ideal candidate for a prestigious two-year Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowship valued at over $50,000 per year.
The “Words in context” database is now available. This database is aimed at critically analyzing online discourses. It will be used to contribute to decision-making and policy formulation by researchers and public policy-makers.
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Cécile Rousseau associate member of the Chair will give a lecture on the social tensions generated by conspiracy theories. Professor David Morin, co-holder of the Chair, will also comment the lecture.
A new book chapter about radicalization leading to violence as a public health issue has recently been published. The chapter was co-written by Cécile Rousseau, associate member of the Chair.
The experts of the UNESCO-PREV Chair will coordinate several projects on misinformation, conspiracy movement and violent extremism.
The Chair is pleased to unveil its participation in the Étude internationale sur les dispositifs de prévention de la radicalisation et de l’extrémisme violents dans l’espace francophone.
In response to the storming of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., on January 6, the Chair’s experts gave various interviews on media platforms to analyze the situation.