Research and Action on Social Polarization (RAPS) from SHERPA Institute is a multi-sectoral research team dedicated to exploring the manifestations, causes and repercussions of social polarization phenomena in Quebec.

The Canadian Practitioners Network for Prevention of Radicalization and Extremist Violence (CPN-PREV) is an evidence-based and practitioners-centered network established to bring forward Canadian leadership and develop excellence in countering violent radicalization.

The Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRMV) is a non-profit organization specializing in the prevention of radicalization and violent extremism in Quebec.

The Centre d’expertise et de formation sur les intégrismes religieux, les idéologies politiques et la radicalisation (CEFIR) of Cégep Édouard-Montpetit helps to prevent radicalization by developing new scientific knowledge on religious and political extremism.

The Institut de recherche sur l’intégration professionnelle des immigrants (IRIPI) of Collège de Maisonneuve specializes in the integration of immigrants into the Quebec labour market and society.

The International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) is a international forum and resource centre dedicated to the exchange of ideas and knowledge on crime prevention and community safety.

Equitas advances equality, social justice and respect for human dignity through transformative human rights education programs in Canada and around the world.

The Intercultural Action Group (AIDE) promotes cultural diversity, community resilience and living together in harmony through a range of services and projects that reflect the values ​​of a pluralistic society.

Concordia University’s Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS) is Canada’s leading ideas and leadership incubator for genocide and mass atrocity crime prevention.

The mandate of the Observatory on Radicalization and Violent Extremism (OSR) is to observe, document and understand the phenomena of radicalization and violent extremism in Quebec and Canada in a non-partisan and independent manner.

This UNESCO Chair of Philosophy of Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM) is a centre of excellence in living philosophy whose purpose is to apply the rigour of philosophical reflection to modern-day problems, as well as creating accessibility for the greatest number of people.