A Teacher’s Guide on curriculum topics such as world studies, women’s issues, human rights, and African religion is available to use in conjunction with Miller’s memoir Encounters with Witchcraft. It has been used in African secondary schools as case study material and in non-African secondary and college settings. Other topics in the teacher’s guide include biography, economics and politics of belief systems, violence in society, and field work in foreign cultures. The teacher’s guide includes discussion questions and suggests several classroom activities for each chapter.
Master Witchcraft Bibliography
This draft bibliography represents sources collected by Norman Miller from 1960 to 2015 in his research on witchcraft and human rights. The bibliography contains references to approximately 700 books, articles, monographs, and unpublished papers.
Sample organizations concerned with witchcraft and human rights.
Witchcraft and Human Rights Network (WHRIN) is a response to the widespread violations of human rights that take place around the world due to beliefs in witchcraft and spirit possession.
Safe Child Africa is a UK-registered charity that works with and through Nigerian partners to protect and uphold child rights in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. It exists so that all children in Africa can live happy and safe lives without fear of violence, abuse, and neglect.
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN Human Rights) aims to ensure that the protection and enjoyment of human rights is a reality in the lives of all people. UN Human Rights also plays a crucial role in safeguarding the integrity of the three interconnected pillars of the United Nations – peace and security, human rights, and development.
Witchcraft as a Public Health Issue by Norman Miller, African-Caribbean Institute
Children Accused of Witchcraft UNICEF Publication