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Hivos – Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation The family : at the heart of managing cultural diversity : conversations with 35 Ugandan leaders and rural women and men Add to my selection
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Author(s) E. Drani, S.I. Kayonga, J. De Coninck
Editor C. Suransky, H. van 't Klooster, U. Seela
Year 2011
Publisher Hivos [etc.]
Place The Hague [etc.]
Pages 36
Series title Pluralism Working Paper
Serial number 8
ISSN 1879-7172
Organization Hivos – Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation, Kosmopolis Institute (University for Humanistics)
Subject Culture, Society and Religion
Keyword civil society, communities, family
Region East Africa
Country Uganda
Abstract This paper explores the role of the family in nurturing the value of pluralism in Uganda. It presents a new and interesting perspective on pluralism in the knowledge program network. The authors research the significance of the family as “a space for nurturing the value of pluralism in Uganda”. They argue that there may be “good reasons to study the role of the family and the broader community when attempting to understand the meaning and the challenges of pluralism within African contexts, especially since collectivity may play a different role than assumed in the Western world, where many of the pluralism concepts originate”. The paper concludes that while the family remains an important point of reference, source of identity and space for nurturing values in Uganda, it is also evolving. New types of families emerge in which “participation, consultation, negotiation, equality and freedoms – principles that foster pluralism”, increasingly play a role.
Language English
Category Research
Document type Report
Rights © 2011 Hivos & Kosmopolis Institute. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Netherlands License.
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