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The Danida (FFU) funded project Imagining Gender Futures in Uganda (IMAGENU) runs 4 years and started up 01.10.2018. Partner institutions are University of Copenhagen and Gulu University, Uganda. The project IMAGENU will provide a new perspective on gender and futures by placing marriage in Uganda and its decline at the centre, showing how this most fundamental gender relation implicates the filiation of children, livelihoods, education, health and people’s imaginations, expectations and hopes for the future.

The overall purpose of this project is to enhance research capacity by generating new knowledge about how changing patterns of gender partnerships relate to child filiation, livelihood, education, and reproductive and mental health. This will contribute to the development of relevant social gender policies, and create debate in the wider public.

Read more about the project here


02.08.2021 | Udgivelse

‘Thanks to Corona virus’: trajectories of masculinities during the Ugandan lockdown

Article by post.doc Anna Baral in International Journal for Masculinity Studies

15.02.2021 | Forelæsning / foredrag

Wives, Lovers, and Sex Workers: Feminist Imaginations of Desire in Racialized Global Capitalism.

Watch online the keynote lecture by Professor Shanti Parikh that she gave as part of the IMAGENU annual workshop 2021.

01.02.2021 | Workshop

Covid-19, the care economy and the state: Lessons from Uganda

Watch the keynote lecture by Dr. Lyn Ossome that she gave as part of the IMAGENU annual workshop.

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Project Directors


Lotte Meinert , Aarhus University



Julaina Obika, Gulu University


Project Administration


Mia Korsbæk, Aarhus University



Opiro Godfrey Binaisa, Gulu University