Tags: Denmark

Dorte Skot-Hansen, 2002,
London, United Kingdom
- article

Danish Cultural Policy

in International Journal of Cultural Policy, Volume 8 Issue 2, pp. 197-2010, DOI: 10.1080/1028663022000009560

In this article, the author explores how debates about the multicultural society in Denmark have moved from the social and educational policy towards the national cultural policy.

Change Institute, 2008,
- study

Studies into violent radicalisation

The overall aim of this study, carried out by the Change Institute for the European Commission - Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security was to explore the beliefs, narratives and ideologies that lead to violent radicalism underpinned by an abusive interpretation of Islam, with a view to understanding of the causes and remedies for violent radicalisation. The research was conducted through analysis and empirical data collection through 145 stakeholder and primary fieldwork interviews in four Member States; Denmark, France, Germany and the UK.

19-23 August 2008,
Aarhus, Denmark
- expert meeting

Understanding Conflicts - Cross-Cultural Perspectives

Organiser: University of Aarhus

This event is the first of a series of large international interdisciplinary meetings that will bring together researchers from different cultural backgrounds working on the analysis and transformation of conflicts due to cultural, ethnic, and religious diversity.

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