George Washington International Law Review
gender, witchcraft, Malawi, women's rights
This Article explores potential community-based interventions to assist victims of witchcraft accusations, based on forty-five case studies from an experimental mobile legal-aid clinic in Malawi, a country in southeastern Africa where witchcraft accusations are widespread and often irreparably harm those accused. In Malawi, the accused are mainly older women who are often blamed for bewitching young children.
Chi Adanna Mgbako and Katherine Glenn,
Witchcraft Accusations and Human Rights: Case Studies from Malawi, 43 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. 389
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