Research article: on the role of time and space in migrant and refugee adolescents’ caring practices at Danish schools
The Danish team explored newcomer refugee and immigrant adolescents’ caring practices in two classrooms for newcomers in Danish schools. The team found that time and space were important elements in shaping newcomers’ caring practices. RWS Denmark puts forward a novel conceptual approach to understanding school-based support for newcomer youth, and argues that newcomers’ wellbeing must […]
How a School Setting Can Generate Social Capital for Young Refugees: Qualitative Insights from a Folk High School in Denmark
Many of the refugees who have recently arrived in Denmark and other European countries are young people. In order to support refugee youth, it is important to understand how institutions and initiatives in the receiving countries may best facilitate their social inclusion.