Thousands are accused of witchcraft and killed each year across the globe. The social and political roots of sorcery accusation-related violence are complex; those who survive are often shamed into silence. How can the violence be halted in places such as Papua New Guinea, African countries, India and the UK?
is an Associate Professor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) in the College of Asia and Pacific at ANU. Her research includes the potential of Restorative Justice for the Pacific Islands region, the promise and challenges of Community Rule-Making as regulatory innovation, and overcoming sorcery accusation-related violence in Papua New Guinea.