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National Arts Centre

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53 Elgin
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K1P 5W1
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Ottawa
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ON
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This timely conference will bring together scholars, community activists, religious leaders, educators, parents, youth, law enforcement agencies and policy makers to examine the role of the Diaspora in preventing youth radicalization  and providing  a sustainable solution in their communities and countries. Participants are expected to deliver scholarly papers, presentations, and panel discussions.

 

This conference will enhance the role of Somali Diaspora communities in the western countries to learn more about youth radicalization and preventative tools and strategies. It is also intended to provide an opportunity to develop positive and timely relations and cooperation among Somali communities, law enforcement agencies and policy makers.

  
 
Date Title Venue City Type
06.12.2010 - 07.12.2010
08.00 h
Promoting Peace & Preventing Youth Radicalization WorldWide National Arts Centre Ottawa Community Events
06.12.2010 - 07.12.2010
08.00 h
Promoting Peace & Preventing Youth Radicalization WorldWide National Arts Centre Ottawa Community Events

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