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 internationally, including through exploring greater participation for Canada in initiatives like the Strong Cities Network, which is a global collaboration of mayors, policymakers and practitioners united in building social cohesion and resilience to counter violent extremism.
This event focused in particular on early activities of systematically reviewing available evidence internationally about youth trajectories in and out of violent radicalization; the outcomes, effectiveness and balance of benefits/harms of screening or assessment tools, as well as of prevention/intervention initiatives (including but not limited to CVE).

March 10, 2017

Ottawa, Ontario - 269 Laurier Avenue West,


Workshop Agenda

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