Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence - Outreach and Engagement
Some of the most effective approaches to countering radicalization to violence involve collaboration across sectors. We are meeting with partners and stakeholders to share best practices, create networks and discuss how the Canada Centre can best support work at the local level.
The Canada Centre is developing a National Strategy for countering radicalization to violence. We want to hear from partners, stakeholders, and the public to help inform the priorities of the strategy and determine how we can work best together.
The Canada Centre is meeting with individuals and groups whose work can contribute to countering radicalization to violence in Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, the following groups:
- Canadian municipalities
- Provincial and territorial governments
- Non-government organizations
- Community organizations and their leaders
- Frontline practitioners
- Youth groups
January – February 2018
Consultation: Stakeholders and the public will be asked to input into elements of the National Strategy.
September – December 2017
Outreach: The Canada Centre is meeting with partners and stakeholders to gather information on existing initiatives, lessons learned, and opportunities to work together.
|Overview of Prevention Efforts|
The events below are open to the public and are opportunities to learn more about countering radicalization to violence and share your views. New events will be posted on this page or follow @Safety_Canada to stay up to date.
|December 1, 2016||Online discussion focusing on "Prevention – Current Trends and Interventions”||
View the event on Public Safety Canada's Periscope channel
9:00am EDT September 21, 2017
Expert Panel - Developing a national strategy to countering radicalization to violence (CRV)
Presentation and expert panel on Queen’s University study on “Violent Extremism in Canada and Abroad”
Watch the video on Public Safety’s Periscope channel
The Canada Centre is committed to reporting back on what we hear from our discussions. The following reports will be posted online:
- Summary Report – Outreach Phase (Winter 2017)
- Summary Report – Consultation Phase (2018)
- National Strategy on countering radicalization to violence (2018)
As part of our community engagement activities, we would like to hear from partners and stakeholders with an interest in informing the Canada Centre of relevant initiatives, discussing how we can work together, or sharing ideas on priorities for future work.
You can contact the Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence at email@example.com
For questions specific to the Community Resilience Fund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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