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.
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.
A new special issue of the peer-reviewed online journal Perspectives on Terrorism (PT) is co-edited by Joel Busher, one of our experts in PVE.
A group of Canadian researchers, including CSLP members and Project Someone collaborators, recently published a Canadian study that explores the association between pandemic-specific risk factors and the mental health of minority populations.
Professor Ghayda Hassan, co-holder, gave her analysis during a panel discussion on conspiracy movements, conspiracy theories and their impacts.
In collaboration with the Conseil supérieur de l’éducation du Québec, Malorie Flon, Director of Development at the Institut du Nouveau Monde, spoke with the co-holder Vivek Venkatesh.
In order to raise awareness in the Université de Sherbrooke community about the many benefits of internationalization and to encourage the development of initiatives, the Université de Sherbrooke is launching “UdeS Monde”, a centre for exchanges and knowledge sharing.
The Ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie du Québec (MRIF) recently published a report entitled “Le Québec et l’UNESCO — Une vision, une communauté, des priorités pour 2020-2021.“ The report highlights the contribution of the Quebec-UNESCO community.
As part of the Canadian federal government’s Anti-Racism Action Program, Canadian Heritage has awarded funding to Concordia University and it’s Landscape of Hope unique evidence-based intervention. The project is also a youth-led art initiative.
Ghayda Hassan and David Morin, co-holders of the UNESCO-PREV Chair, wrote an open letter in the newspaper La Presse in response to a text by Gérard Bouchard published on September 26, 2020.