The National Strategyis articulating the Government of Canada’s approach to countering radicalization to violence and is a means to discuss this subject with key partners and Canadians. The landscape of the threat is constantly changing, as are local and global realities.
In this context, the National Strategy on Countering Radicalization to Violenceidentifies areas where expertise and capability exist, and how the Government of Canada and its partners are investing to enhance our collective strengths. The National Strategy has three main purposes:
Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence Countering radicalization to violence is a key priority of the Government of Canada. In 2015, the Prime Minister mandated the Minister of Public Safety Canada to develop the Canada Centre.National Centre Strategy diagram. This is one of the top business frameworks encompassing strategy, project management, IT, internal processes and client experience.