Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba: A Resource for Educators
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Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba (ERiM)
Anderson, Connie Wyatt
Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba (ERiM). Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba: A Resource for Educators. ERiM, 2023.
Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba (ERiM) is a made-in-Manitoba resource for educators. Funded by Public Safety Canada, this document was created in collaboration with educators and education stakeholders and intended for use in Manitoba schools. The purpose of this guide is to develop educator awareness, knowledge, and capacity in order to build resilience in youth and to help prevent radicalization to violence.
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