6 mai 2019
Par Aurélie Campana et Samuel Tanner
This paper focuses on the public discourse of extra-parliamentary far right groups in Canada. It analyses how these groups shape discourses on Muslims and Islam in an attempt to influence public debates on core far right issues, such as immigration. It argues that more subtle expressions of anti-Muslim views contribute to promoting ordinary racism and giving increased visibility to far right ideas.
Rapport de recherche, Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS), 2019