Religion, Healing, and Violence Against Women in Papua New Guinea

Secondary school girls in Papua New Guinea, with a Roman Catholic nun and Australia's former Prime Minister, Julia Gillard

In an epidemic of family and sexual abuse, victims in Papua New Guinea are often accused of witchcraft. But NGOs are beginning to make inroads to alleviate the problem. What can Western faiths, and countries, learn from this, as they try to stop gender-based violence? [Read more...]