Outreach and Engagement

The Canada Centre is developing a national strategy on countering radicalization to violence that reflects the realities faced by Canada's diverse communities. Since some of the most effective approaches to countering radicalization to violence involve collaboration across sectors, 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, including:

You can contact the Canada Centre at ps.canadacentre-centrecanadien.sp@canada.ca

Outreach and Engagement Activities

Date

Activities

April - May 2018

Online public consultation

The Canada Centre invited Canadians to share their thoughts on countering radicalization to violence through an online consultation. Through the consultation, Canadians were able to provide advice on a number of priorities:

  • How local communities and frontline actors can participate in addressing radicalization to violence and its harmful impacts;
  • Where funding and other resources can be directed in order to get the best results; and
  • The role that the Canada Centre can play in increasing public knowledge about countering radicalization to violence.

Ongoing

Stakeholder Outreach

The Canada Centre met with partners and stakeholders to gather information on existing initiatives, lessons learned, and opportunities to work together.

 Stakeholder Perspectives: developing Canada's national strategy

September 21, 2017

Expert Panel - Developing a National Strategy on Countering Radicalization to Violence

Presentation and expert panel on Queen's University study on “Violent Extremism in Canada and Abroad

Expert panel:

  • Dr. Brett Kubicek, Manager, Research & Academic Relations, Public Safety
  • Dr. Stefanie van Hlatky, Queen's University
  • Detective Feras (Ish) Ismail, Peel Regional Police
  • Michele Grossman, Deakin University, Australia
  • Marian Misdrahi, Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence, Montreal, QC

December 1, 2016

Online discussion focusing on "Prevention – Current Trends and Interventions”

Expert panel:

  • Dr. Brett Kubicek (Manager, Research & Academic Relations, Public Safety)
  • Dr. Ghayda Hassan (Clinical Psychologist, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Université du Québec à Montréal and a researcher at the SHERPA Research and Training Centre)
  • Dr. Amarnath Amarasingam (Fellow at the George Washington University's Program on Extremism and Co-director of a project on Western foreign fighters based at the University of Waterloo)
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