Posts by whrin_admin

Exploring the use of JuJu practices within Nigerian Culture, Article available as link

Exploring the use of Juju in Nigerian Cultures

An academic piece written by Anthony Dunkerley

UN Side Event – “Violence Against Children: Witchcraft Beliefs and Practices”

March 7th 2018

All WHRIN members are invited to attend a side event to the 37th session of the UN Human Rights Council on: “Violence Against Children: Witchcraft Beliefs and Practices”

Please download the full concept note here

Please download the poster to the event HERE

Email workshop@whrin.org if you wish to attend the event and we will send you the relevant details. Please note that, sadly, we are not in a position to help with any costs or logistical arrangements.

‘What kind of witchcraft is this?’ Development, magic and spiritual ontologies’ Article available in the link

What kind of witchcraft is this Development magic and spiritual ontologies[732]

Continued… A summary of Sorcery in Papua New Guinea (Available here…)

http://http://un.org.au/2013/06/07/sorcery-related-violence-in-papua-new-guinea-in-the-context-of-international-human-rights-law/#more-909

Statement on Sorcery-related Killings and Impunity in Papua New Guinea

Statement-on-Sorcery-related-Killings-and-Impunity-in-Papua-New-Guinea

Media Analysis of Albino Killings in Tanzania: A Social Work and Human Rights Perspective

by Jean Burke, Theresa J. Kaijage & Johannes John-Langba

Media Analysis of Albino Killings in Tanzania A Social Work and Human Rights Perspective

Paper on Sorcery and Witchcraft-related Killings in Melanesia: Culture, Law and Human Rights Perspectives Conference at The Australian National University, Canberra, 5-7 June 2013. By Dr Miranda Forsyth

Overcoming sorcery 2016

Available here

“Roots, Realities and Responses” An intimate paper focused on the lessons learnt in tackling Witchcraft allegations against Children (Available here…)

SCWA Report – 2017 launch edition final

2017 as part of the Stop Child Witch Allegation series.

A paper concerned with the rights of persons with Albinism (Available here…)

Article available here

Waiting-to-disappear-International-and-Regional-Standards-for-the-Protection-and-Promotion-of-the-Human-Rights-of-Persons-with-Albinism-June2017

Research paper surrounding Sorcery accusation (Available here…)

RegNet presentation 2nd version