In this special issue, we aim to navigate another (potential) explanatory factor, namely, ‘togetherness,’ which manifests in a unique and salient way in Denmark. Four articles in this special issue provide clues about how togetherness is inextricably intertwined with Danish people’s sense of belonging. Furthermore, the four articles explore what Danish experiences of ‘togetherness’ can offer for multicultural education, and have commonly sought to examine ‘togetherness’ as a social construct and practice for enhancing individual autonomy alongside a commitment to developing a sense of community.
|Number of pages||56|
|Journal||Multicultural Education Review|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Jan 2020|