The belief in witchcraft and subsequent abuse of human rights is often something that practitioners and concerned persons around the world find difficult to gain a true understanding of. Numerous fears and misconceptions exist on the, often complex, issues surrounding the different cultural perspectives of this belief. As the leading International organisation working on these issues, WHRIN understands that this can make this a very challenging field for professionals to work on. We also understand that lack of access to information can prevent vulnerable people from being able to access their fundamental human rights.

WHRIN provides a number of bespoke training and consultancy services that help to demystify these beliefs and practices and provide up-to-date information that will inform and enable good practice in the fields of social work, education, law and immigration.

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