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TSAS Workshop: Research Findings from TSAS sponsored projects

TSAS Workshop Ottawa, June 8. This TSAS Workshop featured presentations of TSAS funded research projects. Presentations by: Ratna Ghosh, McGill University Will Schultz, (PI Kevin Haggerty) University of Alberta David Hofmann, University of New Brunswick J. McCoy, Organization for the Prevention of Violence (PI Andy Knight, University of Alberta) Patti Lenard, University of Ottawa Arthur…...

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TSAS & Centre for Research and Evidence of Security Threats (CREST) Research Workshop

Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) and Centre for Research and Evidence of Security Threats (CREST) of the UK partnered to provide federal, provincial & municipal policy makers, law enforcement, academics andstudents with a day long workshop of some of the latest research in the field happening in Canada and the…...

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TSAS Co-Sponsored Counter Violent Extremism Workshop

Dr. Sara Thompson (Ryerson) under took Community Resilience Fund (Public Safety Canada) funded research entitled “Design and Performance: Developing Canadian Partnerships from Countering Violent Extremism”. This workshop was culmination of that work. This workshop itself was co-hosted by Dr Sara Thompson, Canada Centre for the Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence (Public Safety Canada), and…...

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TSAS Junior Affiliate Workshop 2017

Canada is experiencing its first real surge of interest in graduate studies focused on aspects of terrorism and counterterrorism, and this new wave of novice scholars are significantly expanding the range of topics under study from a Canadian perspective. The TSAS Junior Affiliate Workshop offers a sample of some the original and high quality work…...

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TSAS Summer Academy 2017

The Summer Academy is designed to foster a comprehensive understanding of radicalization, terrorism, security and how all of these are situated in the context of a rapidly changing Canadian society. Beyond supporting research and dissemination, TSAS aims to cultivate a new generation of well-informed individuals across several kinds of institutions. The Summer Academy is a…...

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Dr. Paul Thomas – Presenting UK Research on ‘Community Reporting Thresholds’

Hosts: Ryerson University & Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) COMMUNITY REPORTING THRESHOLDS: ‘Sharing information with authorities about violent extremist activity and involvement in foreign conflicts’ The first people to suspect or know that someone is involved in acts of violent extremism, or travel to overseas conflicts, often is those closest…...

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Workshop: Expanding International Collaboration on Evidence-based Tools for Prevention and Intervention

Hosts: SHERPA-RAPS, Strong Cities Network, and the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) This event highlighted current ongoing work designed to assess scientific knowledge, and develop shared resources for the prevention of violent radicalization, through creation of links across locally-based practitioners and researchers involved in prevention and intervention in Canada and…...

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Expert Workshop ‘Design and Performance: Developing Canadian Partnerships for Countering Violent Extremism’

Hosts: Ryerson University & the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) This workshop brought together international subject matter experts to learn from recent experiences in design, testing and application of various approaches to measurement and evaluation for CVE programs. The focus was on lessons learned about what worked and did not,…...

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TSAS Workshop: Research Findings from TSAS sponsored projects

After TSAS’s move from University of British Columbia to University Waterloo in late 2016 we were pleased to resume the TSAS workshops series. This Workshop’s presentations highlighted the breath of relevant research in Security and Terrorism and its societal images – as well as highlighting the caliber of the Canadian scholars now working in this…...

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New insights on counterterrorism issues: Canadian foreign fighters; online recruitment; and the futures of terrorism

Held in Ottawa, this one day workshop of the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) presented updated findings from TSAS’s three collaborative research projects funded under the Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP), led by Defence Research and Development Canada’s Centre for Security Science (DRDC CSS): the empirical study of Canadian…...

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