Publication of the Chaire’s report entitled ” Le mouvement conspirationniste au Québec : leaders, discours et adhésion “

Observing and analyzing social movements, such as those related to the challenges to health measures in Quebec since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, is not an easy task.This is the challenge that the UNESCO-PREV Chair has taken on

The gouvernement du Québec renews funding for the Chaire until 2026

This renewal is an endorsement of the work of the Chair in the prevention of violent radicalization and extremism. The UNESCO-PREV Chaire, whose mandate was renewed last December, recently received an additional $480,000 in funding from the Quebec government to continue its work until 2026.

Participation of David Morin to the event : « Les Grandes découvertes de l’UdeS – popularization of research of researchers who have distinguished themselves at the UdeS »

Internationally, UdeS researchers stand out for their bold research projects and recognized expertise. Come and meet leaders in knowledge creation during a 7@9 that will be highly interesting, whether online or face to face.


17 May

Call for papers for the symposium “Extrémisme, populisme et théories du complot : les impacts de la pandémie sur la démocratie”

A call for papers is open for the conference entitled “Extrémisme, populisme et théories du complot : les impacts de la pandémie sur la démocratie”, organized in collaboration with the Centre d’expertise et de formation sur les intégrismes religieux, les idéologies politiques et la radicalisation (CEFIR).

10 May

Participation in the bilingual symposium “Extremism and the Armed Forces”

On April 20, 2022, our co-holder, Prof. David Morin, participated in a bilingual symposium about “Extremism and the Armed Forces” in collaboration with CEFIR and Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean. He talked about the rise of right-wing extremism in the West.

10 May

Public appearance in front of the House of Commons standing committee on public safety and national security

Our co-holder David Morin was heard as an expert, on April 28, in a public intervention in front of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security of the House of Commons