Review – By Ron Cerabona
Photojournalist Vlad Sokhin has risked his life to document and raise awareness of gender and sorcery-related violence in Papua New Guinea. One of the results of his work, which he has undertaken since January 2012, was the book Crying Meri: Violence Against Women in Papua New Guinea.
It was launched at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, earlier this month in partnership with international aid agency ChildFund Australia. It was also launched on Friday in Auckland in partnership with Amnesty International.
One of the women whose story he documented was Rasta, who lives in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Read more »