Q&A with Miranda Forsyth: The pivotal role of PNG's village courts in curbing sorcery violence

Miranda Forsyth, provided
Miranda Forsyth, provided

Sorcery accusation-related violence (SARV) remains a significant challenge in Papua New Guinea, with hundreds of cases reported each year.

A recent study by the The National Research Institute Papua New Guinea, ANU and Divine Word University delves into the role of the village courts when dealing with SARV cases, and how it can be improved. RegNet's Professor Miranda Forsyth spoke to Radio New Zealand about the crucial role of village courts in addressing SARV cases. Read more here