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Igwe Study Project
Nigerian humanist Leo Igwe’s ongoing project studies, protects, and provides for the needs of people (often women and girls) accused of witchcraft in northern Ghana. Accused witches are stripped of their belongings and shunned by ...
Leo Igwe Research Project
Igwe Research Study
Igwe field study into witchcraft accusations in Ghana
Witchcraft accusations constitute a serious threat to human rights and individual safety in several regions of Africa, none more so than Northern Ghana. Over a thousand Ghanaian women are currently detained in “witch camps” after ...
Pathfinders Project is a yearlong international service trip and research trip sponsored by Foundation Beyond Belief. From July 2013-July 2014, four Humanists will complete clean water, education, and human rights projects in collaboration with local non-profits ...
Pathfinders Project (Ghana)
The Pathfinders Project is ready to go. Our four Pathfinders started their global service marathon on July 15, volunteering, developing relationships, and evaluating eleven organizations in eight countries around the world. One of their stops ...
Leo Igwe: Ignore the debate of the heart, and you’ve lost the debate
Nigerian humanist Leo Igwe works in Ghana to fight witchcraft accusations and to support and protect the accused. His project has twice been the recipient of a small grant from Foundation Beyond Belief (in 2012 ...
Witchcraft accusations ruin lives -- Leo Igwe fights back with reason and compassion
by Ed BraytonFoundation Beyond Belief is joining with the Institute for Science and Human Values (ISHV) and the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) to support Nigerian humanist activist Leo Igwe in his efforts to end ...
Life in the witch camps of Ghana
When you visit the Kukuo witch camp in the Northern Region of Ghana you will see numerous elderly and vulnerable women dwelling in the camp. They are exposed to several forms of gender discrimination and ...
Baako Alhassan, Songtaba
Meet the new HSC Ghana volunteers for 2016-17
When Conor Robinson first began planning for the launch of the Humanist Service Corps, he assumed that he would need to spend at least three to five years on the ground in Ghana to ensure ...
Baako Alhassan, Cleopatra Blacke, Conor Robinson, George Gold, HSC: Ghana, Humanist Association of Ghana, Jude Lane, Lukeman Domba, Pathfinders Project, Songtaba, Warren Alan Tidwell, Wendy Webber
September Team of the Month: Humanist Community of Central Ohio
Congratulations to Beyond Belief Network’s September Team of the Month: Humanist Community of Central Ohio! Humanist Community of Central Ohio currently stands at Level Two. This team was chosen for this honor because of the ...
Humanist Community of Central Ohio
211 Baker Rd #531Barker TX 77413
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