University of Sherbrooke’s SoDRUS conferencePosted March 14th, 2017 by Kathryn Urbaniak
Nicole Fournier-Sylvester will be talking about pedagogical strategies for the prevention of radicalization at the University of Sherbrooke’s SoDRUS (Centre de recherche Société, Droit et Religions de l’Université de Sherbrooke) “Les racines religieuses de la radicalisation: fait ou fiction? Autopsie in terdisciplinaire des phénomènes de radicalisation menant ou non à la violence” or “The religious roots of radicalization: fact or fiction? Interdisciplinary autopsy of the phenomena of radicalization, leading or not to violence.”
The conference will bring together 24 specialists, namely professors-researchers from different disciplines (law, psychology, sociology, criminology, political science, religious studies), lawyers, stakeholders, as well as members of SoDRUS and many other research centers, who will discuss their reflections in a North American (Canada, US) and international context (Europe, Middle East, South-East Asia).