• Paul Wolffram

An exhibition that celebrates indigenous human rights defenders in Papua New Guinea.   Sorcery violence is a new and growing phenomenon in Papua New Guinea. Wellington photographer Dr. Paul Wolffram has been working in the highlands of PNG for the last six years, documenting the work of Evelyn Kunda and other women of the PNG underground network of human rights defenders who rescue and rehabilitate the survivors of sorcery accusation-related violence.

Sanap Wantaim – Stand Together features photographs by Paul Wolffram, Associate Professor of Film at Te Herenga Waka, alongside hand-woven bilum string bags that were created by members of the underground network of human rights defenders.

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