Understanding Hate – Interview with Experts

The Canadian Practitioners Network for the Prevention of Radicalization and Extremist Violence (CPN-PREV) and the Organization for the Prevention of Violence (OPV) hosted their first webinar -in a series of webinars- where experts were interviewed to shed light on hate in Canada, as well as the responses of civil society and government.
This first webinar focused on (1) the manifestations of hate and hate groups in Canada, (2) the impact of hate on communities, and (3) federal government policy responses to this issue.

From Coast to Coast: The Mapping of Canadian P/CVE Programs

The Canadian Practitioners Network for the Prevention of Radicalization and Extremist Violence (CPN-PREV) has recently conducted a mapping of secondary and tertiary prevention programs working in the context of radicalization and violent extremism in Canada and published an interactive map illustrating the key players across the country.
In this webinar, we present the highlights of the mapping research and the recommendations that resulted from it. Madison Reid, program manager of Shift BC also shares her experience and perspective on collaborations in the field of P/CVE in Canada.

Right-wing extremism, hatred and gender-based violence in Canada. What does research tell us about prevention and what are the pathways for prevention and intervention online and offline?

Welcome address

S├ębastien Brouillette-Alarie, the conference presenter, introduced the CPN-PREV and its mandate. He also discusses the complexity of the phenomenon of violent radicalization and the importance of taking into account the context of each case for prevention initiatives.

Presentation of the results of CPN-PREV’s systematic review
Ghayda Hassan

Ghayda Hassan presents the results of CPN-PREV’s first systematic review. Among other things, she discusses the link between exposure to online hate speech and attitudes of violent radicalization, as well as possible solutions and approaches to prevention.