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Canadian Passport: Canadian and Counter Extremism

canadian passport: In sharp contrast, in the spring of 2016, the Canadian government forced Boudreau to surrender her Canadian passport, according to Rabble. Unlike her son, who had been indoctrinated then recruited to join a terrorist group, since her son's death, Boudreau has worked with other parents internationally to create and promote educational programs to counter extremism. He received it despite the fact the Canadian Security Intelligence Service CSIS had been monitoring him and knew he intended to fly to Turkey and then go into Syria to join an armed extremist organization, according to information his mother, Christianne Boudreau, was told by CSIS agents. Dr. Together with Christianne, I built up a network of affected parents around the world the Mothers for Life Network, which currently includes about 150 families from 11 countries. Daniel Koehler, director of the German Institute on Radicalization and De-Radicalization Studies, described her role Christianne Boudreau was one of the first mothers to speak out publicly against violent radicalization with her own painful personal experience of losing her son Damian. ( As reported in the news.