Ghana and Nigeria boast a thriving film-industry. Nollywood-films have at least 2 parts and last at least 130 minutes, anyone can find a good deal of them via youtube. Many of these films visualize witches and witchcraft. An evergreen is “End of the Wicked” from Nigeria, a film blamed for boosting child-witch-hunts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRivyuU151Y “Storybooks” are […]
This article has helped us a lot: Text: Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt Fotos: Ann-Christine Woehrl http://www.brigitte.de/frauen/gesellschaft/frauen-ghana-1165952/3.html
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The photographer Nyani Quarmine shot 15 excellent portraits in Gambaga: http://nyani.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Witch/G0000ZcShI8re9l4/I0000_iDhWlA1XyA
The “Witchcraft and Human Rights Information Network” (WHRIN) published a scientific essay by Felix Riedel about child-witch-hunts. www.whrin.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/childreninafricanwitchhuntsfinalversion-1-Felix-Riedel-2.pdf