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Building community resilience to violent ideologies : a discussion paper / CACP Prevention of Radicalization Study Group.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Alternate Title

Renforcement de la résistance des collectivés aux idéologies violentes : document du travail.

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Description

1 online resource (ii, 17 pages)

Note

"Unclassified".
Issued also in French under title: Renforcement de la résistance des collectivés aux idéologies violentes : document du travail.

Summary

"This discussion paper is an outcome of the Study Group’s mission to the United Kingdom. The paper scopes and defines the problem of radicalization and counterradicalization; identifies key challenges to building an effective Canadian response to radicalization; and summarizes the UK context and response to radicalization. The ultimate purpose of the paper is to identify key lessons learned from the UK experience that could be used to inform the development of a counter-radicalization framework for Canada under the auspices of CACP."--page 1.

Subject

Online Access

Contents

1. Introduction -- 1.1. Context -- 1.2. CACP Prevention of Radicalization Study Group -- 2. Key findings and observations -- 2.1. Radicalization and Canada -- 2.2. The UK approach to radicalization -- 2.3. Lessons and opportunities -- 3. Radicalization: the challenge -- 3.1. What is Radicalization? -- 3.2. Radicalization today -- 3.3. A real and continuing problem -- 3.4. ... But In a Canadian context -- 4. Counter-radicalization in the United Kingdom, key strategic findings -- 4.1. Prevention: top-down and bottom-up -- 4.2. The role of policing -- 4.3. Policing, key partners and initiatives -- 4.4. Policing and Muslim communities -- 5. Building a Canadian response: lessons and opportunities -- 6. Into the future -- 6.1. Option 1, atatus quo -- 6.2. Option 2, joint police approach -- 6.3. Option 3, a whole of government approach -- 7. Figure 1., the intervention pyramid.

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