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INSTITUTE CANADA (CRRIC)
INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE SUR LES CONFLITS
ET LA RÉSILIENCE CANADA (IRCRC)
CONFLICT AND RESILIENCE RESEARCH
INSTITUTE CANADA (CRRIC)
INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE SUR LES CONFLITS
ET LA RÉSILIENCE CANADA (IRCRC)

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Welcome To Conflict And Resilience Research Institute Canada (CRRIC)

CRRIC is located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Metis Nation. CRRIC respects the Treaties that were made on these territories, it acknowledges the harms and mistakes of the past, and it dedicates to move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.

CONFLICT AND RESILIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE CANADA

INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE SUR LES CONFLITS ET LA RÉSILIENCE DU CANADA

A Research and Policy Advocacy Think Tank, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Ongoing Projects

A DCCP Project
PROJECT IDEA ( IDENTIFY, DE-MYSTIFY, AND EMPOWER ) : COUNTERING DISINFORMATION ON UKRAINIAN CONFLICT.
A Public Safety collaborative Project with University of Winnipeg
Extremism and radicalization to violence prevention in Manitoba (ERIM)
A Rotary Global Grant project
Non-formal education for Rohingya female adolescents
Webinar series
Transformative Dialogue for Peadebuilding
MINDS Project
Canadian Defence and Security Network (CDSN) - In Collaboration with University of Manitoba and York University
ROHINGYA CRISIS RESEARCH
CRRIC researchers drew on ethnographic research conducted in refugee camps in Bangladesh

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UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

CRRIC’s ongoing project # 3

CRRIC has started implementing its Rohingya female education project in Bangladesh refugee camps from May, 15th, 2022
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CRRIC’s ongoing project # 2

CRRIC is implementing a Federal government's heritage department project to counter dis-information on Ukraine war
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UPCOMING EVENTS

CRRIC’s ongoing project # 1

CRRIC is partnering with CDSN to implement a research project under MINDS program funded by DND
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UPCOMING EVENTS

SPECIAL WEBINAR ON MYANMAR

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UPCOMING EVENTS

CRRIC WEBINAR SERIES: CRRIC WEBINAR LIVE JOINING INSTRUCTION

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TRANSFORMATIVE DIALOGUE FOR PEACEBUILDING

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