Canadians share their views on countering radicalization to violence
“Countering radicalization to violence is a complex issue and we are taking the time to listen to Canadians and to our engaged stakeholders to ensure our strategy reflects the priorities identified by diverse communities. That is the best way to be relevant and effective.”
- The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
The Canada Centre provides national leadership on Canada’s efforts to prevent radicalization to violence, and works with all levels of governments, not-for-profit organizations, communities, youth, frontline practitioners, academia, law enforcement, and international organizations.
The public consultation held in spring 2018 is part of the Canada Centre’s ongoing outreach. During fall 2017, the Canada Centre engaged in targeted stakeholder consultations with over 275 groups.
Projects under the Community Resilience Fund are designed to address radicalization at the local level by supporting intervention research and programming, information sharing, and outreach activities. It has funded twenty-one projects worth a total of over $10 million.
Senior Advisor for Communications
Office of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Office of the Honourable Bill Blair
Member of Parliament, Scarborough Southwest
Public Safety Canada
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