Researchers at Université de Montréal are available to answer journalists’ enquiries regarding the recent terrorist attacks in France, the social and political context, and the possible outcomes. The languages that the professors speak are indicated. Most are available for interview in English.

• Valérie AmirauxProfessor - Department of Sociology | Canada Research Chair for Religious and Ethnic Diversity Expertise: Radicalisation, Muslims in Europe, Islamophobia. Languages: English, French, | 514-343-6111 #3768 | 514-343-7233

• Jocelyn CoulonDirector of the Peace Operations Research Network Expertise: Context and outcomes of the terrorist acts Languages: French | 514-951-0431 (cell)

• Marc-Antoine DilhacProfessor– Department of Philopsophy | Canada Research Chair for Public Ethics and Political Theory Expertise: Notions of tolerance, fundamental freedoms (freedom of conscience, expression and the press), secularism, multiculturalism and democracy. Languages: French | 514-343-6111 #2904

• Carol GalaisResearcher – Canada Chair for Electoral Studies Expertise: Political socialisation, political engagement, active citizenshipLanguages: French and |

• Solange LefebvreProfessor – Faculty of Theology and Religious Sciences | Chair of Religion, Culture and Society Expertise: Religion in public space, religion and politics, secularism and secularisation Languages: English and | 514-343-5717

• Alain SaulnierVisiting Professor – Department of CommunicationExpertise: Information and Democracy, MediaLanguages: English and | 514-343-6111 #0806

• Pierre TrudelProfessor– Faculty of Law | L.R. Wilson Chair for IT and Electronic Trade Law Expertise: Freedom of expression and its boundaries, media and cyberspace laws, legal and non-legal techniques for limiting the freedom of expression, ethics in journalism, on the Internet and in social media. Languages: English and French | 514-343-6263

• Abdelaziz DjaoutResearcher – Faculty of Theology and Religious SciencesExpertise : Islamism, Islam in Quebec, Radicalisation, and the fight against and undoing of radicalizationLanguages: