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Quebec associations visit France in the framework of the France-Quebec cooperation project for the prevention of radicalization leading to violence

Author(s) : CIPC

 

Although violent radicalization can be considered to be an international phenomenon, local factors have been noticed to play an increasing role in its incidence along with its prevention. Many organizations working at the local community level have expressed their feeling of powerlessness due to the lack of tools and skills to confront this dilemma, notably in a context of primary and secondary prevention.

 

In order to address this issue, the ICPC, collaborating alongside CAPRI (Centre for Action and Prevention of Individuals Radicalization), have developed a France-Quebec cooperation project for the prevention of radicalization leading to violence. This project aims to develop partnerships between French and Quebec associations in order to develop a common framework guiding local organizations potentially interested in working in preventing violent radicalization. This framework would ultimately help shape and create interventions at a local community level.

 

Hence, a Quebec delegation composed of Mohamed Loutfi, Social Worker for the Centre Laurentien d’aide à la famille, Marie-Hèlène Rivest, Social Worker for Équipe Clinique polarisation du CIUSS and Cateline Autixier, Analyst for the ICPC, went on a mission in France, Paris and Bordeaux, from January 13th to January 20th 2018. The target of that mission was to facilitate the experiences exchange, to introduce their respective local reality and to present the work done in a context of local community in regards to radicalization, especially with youth. Thus, this Quebec delegation met with various French organizations and associations working in the prevention of radicalization leading to violence as well as numerous French institutions’ Officials. Along with these visits were organized debate sessions and workshops allowing for an enrichment of the knowledge on the prevention of radicalization leading to violence in theory, conception and intervention. These initiatives and practices exchange allowed to enrich the intervention repertoire for the different stakeholders.

 

Overall, this mission has marked the end of the first year of the France-Quebec cooperation project on the prevention of radicalization leading to violence, which will proceed in 2018 along with new workshops, conferences, exchange as well as an anticipated visit from a the French delegation in Montreal.

 

More info on the project here.



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