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Partnership in practice: preventing social polarization

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November 30-December 3, 2018. Partnership in practice: preventing social polarization Held in Edmonton over four days, this conference, organized by the UNESCO-PREV Chair in partnership with RPC-PREV, OPV, TSAS and the Department of Public Safety Canada, brought together more than 40 experts, practitioners and young people to facilitate collaboration and the sharing knowledge. The first part of the conference, PREVENTION IN PRACTICE: National and International Approaches to P / CVE, brought together leading researchers, practitioners and policymakers committed to the fight against violent extremism. The main objective of this conference was to facilitate the exchange of theoretical knowledge and good

Radicalization: Which profiles? What preventions?

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July 12, 2018. Radicalization: Which profiles? What preventions? Organized in partnership with the presidency of the National Assembly of the French Republic, the interdepartmental committee against radicalization and the UNESCO-PREV Chair in Paris on July 12, 2018, this conference aimed to present the knowledge concerning the profiles of radicalized people, tipping vectors, as well as the most effective measures with regards to this subject.

The challenges of preventing violent extremism in the Francophone space

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March 2018. The challenges of preventing violent extremism in the Francophone space: reflection on innovative partnerships in sub-Saharan Africa. As part of the Fortnight of La Francophonie in Senegal, the Quebec General Delegation Office in Dakar brought together various French-speaking experts in the prevention of radicalization and violent extremism, particularly from West Africa, in order to discuss the challenges and opportunities for concrete collaborations in the Francophone area. The UNESCO-PREV Chair was invited, along with other experts, to address primary, secondary and tertiary prevention, particularly in the areas of psychosocial intervention, education, action research, media, art and culture. The activity took

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