FROM MULTICULTURALITY TO INTERCULTURALITY? LOCATING THE ONGOING AFRICAN AGENCY DISCOURSE IN THE DEBATE

Godwin I. Akper

Abstract


This essay argues and concludes that an interdependence of people and their
cultures will better facilitate a move from multiculturality to interculturality in
(South) Africa. The first part of the essay attempts a theological description of the
concepts of multiculturality and interculturality. The second part discusses how
interculturality can be distinguished from multiculturality. The last part proposes
how the move from multiculturality to interculturality could be facilitated.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/91-0-1097

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