The Humanist Service Corps uses social media, blogs, and a monthly newsletter to raise awareness of witch-hunting and to provide a platform for victims of gender-based violence and discrimination to tell their stories.
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If you would like to take a more active role in raising awareness about witch-hunting, you may wish to start with information from the resources below.
Free Online Resources:
Condemned without Trial: Women and Witchcraft in Ghana, 2012 Action Aid report
"Ghana witch camps: Widows' lives in exile," 2012 BBC News magazine article by Kati Whitaker
No Country For Old Women, 2012 BBC documentary (narrated by Kati Whitaker, above)
itches of Gambaga, 2010 The Guardian video
Ghanaian Witches, 2008 National Geographic video
The Witches of Gambaga, a 2010 Yaba Badoe documentary
Witches in Exile, a 2005 Allison Berg documentary
Spellbound: Inside West Africa's Witch Camps, <2010 book by Karen Palmer
The Problem of Money: African Agency & Western Medicine in Northern Ghana, 2007 book by Bernhard Bierlich