Training Programmes

The center offers tailor-made academic training programmes that provide grounding in theory and practice with particular interest in the field of gender studies and more so, men and masculinities. As a working group, CRIMM then (CRIMM RESEARCH CENTER LIMITED NOW) traces its origin in the South African informal working group entitled CRAP -critical researchers and practitioners at Stellenbosch University, Cape Town, department of Sociology and Social Anthropology.

As an intellectual platform, CRIMM RESEARCH CENTER provides a collective learning environment among gender practitioners through their reflections on everyday ways of experiencing, performing masculinities and femininities. CRIMM Participants are exposed to reading classical and foundational texts in humanities to enable them to attain wider conceptual and theoretical knowledge, learn how to read, comprehend, remember and write in formal and acceptable academic ways. 


Introduction to Critical Reading and Writing

CRIMM offers an introductory course to young working-class women and men to enhance their gender capacities in conducting cutting-edge research, critical reading and writing. The two-month fellowship adopts a blended model of delivery, combining both face-to-face and online pedagogical engagements. Details of the course continent are indicated below.  Visit

Feminist research: an introductory overview 

This course often targets post graduate students (offering Master and PhD programmes) as well as post graduate student supervisors. The course aims to build intellectual capacities of graduate students to conduct research that centrally focuses on gender as a category of analysis, informed by feminist principles of critical research. Visit

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Namuswa Plaza, Wandegeya Opposite Makerere University Hall small gate, Room 311A. 
Kampala - Uganda

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