SPOTLIGHT

“(Re) Imagining the Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism” Summer Institute Course

The UNESCO-PREV Chair presents its Summer Institute course titled “(Re) Imagining the Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism”, offered through distance-learning classes from May 4th to June 8th, and from June 16th to 18th, 2020.

New Article on Violent Extremism and Former Extremists

“Converging Patterns in Pathways in and out of Violent Extremism: Insights from Former Canadian Right-Wing Extremists” is a new article by Maxime Bérubé, Ryan Scrivens, Vivek Venkatesh, and Tiana Gaudette, published in Perspectives on Terrorism (Volume 13, Issue 6).

The UNESCO-PREV Chair Launches the PREV-IMPACT Project

The UNESCO Chair in Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism is leading PREV-IMPACT, a new research project which aims to develop evaluation models for primary, secondary and tertiary PVE programs adapted to the Canadian context through action research.

LATEST NEWS

25 March

The UNESCO-PREV Chair Launches Its Mapping of Centers of Expertise in PVE

En 2019, la Chaire UNESCO-PREV a amorcé la réalisation d’une cartographie mondiale des pôles d’expertise, comprenant tant des expert·e·s que des organisations oeuvrant dans le domaine de la prévention primaire, secondaire et tertiaire de la radicalisation et de l’extrémisme violents.

24 March

Project SOMEONE Announces the Upcoming Launch of PROFILE

In conjunction with the United Nation’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Project Someone is proud to announce the upcoming launch of PROFILE, a practical toolkit that aims to understand racial and social profiling. In this short teaser video-clip, Will Prosper—founder of Hoodstock and former RCMP officer—talks about the broad ways in which profiling occurs and Quebec’s failure to recognize the problem.

25 February

The CPN-PREV and RAPS Consortium Offer Various Workshops

The Canadian Practitioners Network for Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism (CPN-PREV) and the Research and Action on Social  Polarisation team from the SHERPA Institute