After 3 years and more than 2000 attendees, this popular and engaging series is being offered for the last time. Please share this opportunity with your contacts and colleagues. The Resiliency Project Presents the Understanding Hate and Extremism series. The Resiliency Project works with the public to prevent and counter violent extremism through awareness, education…
We attended the Eradicate Hate Global Summit last week to help address the critical issues that form the foundation for extremist hate. Links to panel discussions we participated can be found here.
In this article from the Calgary Herald, findings from our latest publication, Hate, Extremism, & Terrorism in Alberta, Canada, & Beyond.
This article from Jonny Wakefield of the Edmonton Journal, covers the release of our latest publication, Hate, Extremism, & Terrorism in Alberta, Canada, & Beyond.
In this article from Paula Tran of Global News, our latest report on hate-motivated violence and extremism in Alberta and beyond is discussed.
In this article from CBC News, findings from our latest report, Hate, Extremism & Terrorism in Alberta, Canada, & Beyond, are discussed.
One of our case workers weighs in on risk factors, motives, and why it’s usually a collection of risk factors and not simply one thing that is telling in these situations.
In this article from Huffpost, our Manager of Applied Research, David Jones shares advice for parents on combatting extremist propaganda.
Our Research Director, is quoted in The Globe and Mail explaining how specialized psycho-social interventions like the Evolve program can help counter and prevent violent extremism.
The Resiliency Project Presents the Understanding Hate and Extremism series. The Resiliency Project works with the public to prevent and counter violent extremism through awareness, education and research. *Each webinar covers a different topic, in order to obtain a holistic awareness of the topics discussed, it is highly encouraged that registrants participate in all three webinars*…
Hate and extremism are prevalent online and pose substantial risks for youth who are online daily. This report seeks to understand where youth encounter hate and extremism online, how they respond, and how to address it.
This series of webinars, led by members of the project, including researchers from the Organization for the Prevention of Violence, will support participants in understanding the context of hate and extremism in Alberta, as well as the resources available to support people affected by these issues.