Demonstrations in Charlottesville and Quebec City in 2017 shed new light on far-right groups, by giving them fresh exposure. In 2019, how should we look at the media coverage they were given? Panelists from the documentary industry, the media and academia will discuss the portrayal in words and images of these movements, their members and the reactions they provoke.
Benjamin Ducol, moderator - Head of the Research at Center for the Prevention of Radicalization leading to violence (CPRMV)
Isabelle Porter - Editor, Journaliste at the Devoir since 2004 and correspondent in Quebec city since 2011
Samuel Tanner - Professor and Membre of The International Centre for Comparative Criminology (ICCC) at the Université de Montréal
Gabriella Coleman - Director of the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at Mcgill University
Gabriel Allard - Filmmaker, creator of the podcast La Bombe, produced by Télé-Québec 2018
The discussion will be held in French
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