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La radicalisation aujourd’hui: les enjeux pour le Québec

Date: 2019-12-02
News Media:UQAM TV

Ghayda Hassan and three other experts discuss radicalization and its problematics in the current Quebec context during a conference held at the Université du Québec à Montréal.


Entrevue avec Ghayda Hassan, co-titulaire de la Chaire UNESCO en prévention de la radicalisation et de l’extrémisme violents

Date: 2019-06-10
News Media:Apple Podcasts

In this interview, Ghayda Hassan, director and founder of CPN-PREV discusses her professional background and the mission of the UNESCO-PREV Chair, among other subjects.


 

 


Interview- Ghayda Hassan ON POTENTIAL RISKS OF BILL 21

Date: 2019-05-20
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

Date: 2019-03-12
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

Date: 2019-01-03
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

Date: 2018-12-11
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?

Date: 2018-09-24
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

Date: 2018-02-07
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.


Archive

In Quebec, One Who Turned Away From Extremism Helps Others Find the Path

Date: 2017-05-06


Why Youth Become Radicalized and How to Prevent It

Date: 2015-06-13


The Québec Charter of Values and the Future of Living Together in Québec

Date: 2014-07-29


Educate Against Hate – Resources

Description: Educate Against Hate put together over 80 different resources, trainings and other activities helping teachers, parents and guardians to talk about topics related to discrimination, extremism, online safety or radicalization with young people and children. Each tool is described by key-words and can be downloaded as a pdf, word document or a presentation or visualized in the form of a short video.


Signs of Radicalization – Training by the Centre for Child Protection (University of Kent)

Description: The Centre for Child Protection is providing trainings to help young people keep safe online. Their training sessions were designed to raise awareness about online grooming and radicalization. By providing some simulation techniques, participants will learn how young people can be groomed for radicalization via for example online gaming. These sessions allow young people to identify where online grooming may be taking place. They also develop their critical thinking skills and are encouraged to stay safe online. There are questions to each Vlog to generate discussion, as well as worksheets to gather evidence of teaching and learning.


Ecole Citoyenne

Description: “Ecole citoyenne” offers intercultural courses during which students can express themselves freely in class. Normally, the school has little time to work on multiple identities, also because teachers and educators do not know how to do it. For this reason, “école citoyenne” allows to know and recognize identities and thus create a common culture in line with the civic values of equality, freedom, emancipation and mutual aid. In their project files, the focus is on the possibility of opening up a space for discussion for the expression of identity. Concrete projects can be found on their website below.


PROFILE – A Practical Toolkit to Understand Racial and Social Profiling and to Find Ways Forward

Description: This practical toolkit was commissioned by the Canadian Commission for UNESCO and developed by Project Someone at Concordia University. Designed both for individuals and for groups, it gives a chance to understand issues related to social and racial profiling, unpack this problem in marginalized communities and consider some solutions and ways forward. It is organized around five central questions and teaches empathy and creative thinking.


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