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Preventing radicalization with French and Quebec associations through Capacity Building

 

ICPC will develop a prevention project on radicalization through partnership work and knowledge sharing between various associations in Quebec and France. This partnership work is intended to develop a framework allowing local associations, involved in the prevention of radicalization leading to violence, to adapt their intervention work at the local community level.

 

To achieve this, we have four objectives: 1) bring together associations interested in working on primary and secondary prevention at the local community level, through delegation visits; 2) organize workshops (online and in person) in order to agree on the general framework for primary and secondary prevention at the local community level; 3) hold two colloquiums (one in France and one in Quebec) to present the work progression and bring together experts on the subject and first-line practitioners; and 4) draft an action guide on primary and secondary prevention at the local community level.

 

This project is supported by the Ministry of International Relations and La Francophonie of Quebec and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development of the French Republic (General Consulate of France in Quebec) as part of the 66th session of the Commission permanente de coopération franco-québécoise (CPCFQ).