Interview- Ghayda Hassan ON POTENTIAL RISKS OF BILL 21
News Media: CBC
Ghayda Hassan, director and founder of CPN-PREV is interviewed in order to discuss the recently published study by the SHERPA research center and RASP team on the potential risks of Bill 21 on public health.
Myth Busting: Violent Radicalization
News Media: Apple Podcasts
Interview with Ghayda Hassan about violent radicalization and its causes, factors surrounding vulnerability and the role of the community, as well as of the Canadian government in combating violent radicalization.
The 116th Congress and Preventing Extremist Violence: Look North For Guidance
Media: Just Security
Canada’s Practitioners’ Network for Prevention of Radicalization and Extremist Violence (CPN-PREV) offers a model, as it supports the sharing of “evidence-based best practices and collaboration among practitioners, researchers, and policymakers.”
Launch of National Strategy on Countering Radicalization to Violence and Update on Terrorist Threat to Canada: Terrorism threat level unchanged
Media: Public Safety Canada
The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, announced the release of the 2018 Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada and launched Canada’sNational Strategy on Countering Radicalization to Violence (National Strategy).
DOES ONLINE HATE DRIVE ANTI-MIGRANT VIOLENCE?
Media: Financial Times
Ghayda Hassan comments on a German study conducted on the link between online hate speech and anti-migrant violence in Germany.
Canadian Visit Studies Borås’s Work Against Violence-Violent Extremism
News Media: Borås Stad
Subject(s): Canada, Sweden, Violent extremism, municipality preventive work
Borås City’s work on violence-violent extremism receives international attention. Today, representatives of the Canadian Embassy and the University of Quebec in Montreal (Ghayda Hassan, the director of CPN-PREV) are visiting Borås to study the municipality’s preventive work and the close and effective cooperation with the police.