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 be a priority in caring practices.* Want to know more about this article? Download and read it through Open Acess here.
*This description is based on the abstract of Borsch, A. S., Vitus, K., & Skovdal, M. (in press). School caringscapes: Understanding how time and space shape refugee and immigrant adolescents’ caring practices and wellbeing in Danish schools. Wellbeing, Space and Society. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wss.2020.100001 Published online 17 August 2020 under Creative Commons License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.