Why 70 per cent of Papua New Guinea's women will be raped in their lifetime
Papua New Guinea: Girl Stripped Naked and Burned for Witchcraft | UN Dispatch
By Simon Tomlinson for MailOnline. A disturbing video has emerged that appears to show four women being tortured by a gang of men after being accused of witchcraft. The footage was reportedly taken in a village in Papua New Guinea, a country where violence and murders linked to sorcery are rife. In the video, the women have been stripped naked, tied up, burned and beaten.
Bertha, aged in her 40s, is matter-of-fact about the role she plays in the young girls' lives as she negotiates the prices customers will pay for sex with them and dispenses condoms and 'safe sex' advice. I introduce the girls to the customers. A Papua New Guinean sex worker meets with a client who has booked a room in the 'hotel' in Port Morseby where prostitution is still illegal.
Please refresh the page and retry. E arly last year, a mother-of-four in the Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea began staying in a prison cell with her young baby even though she had committed no crime. A study in one region found 41 per cent of men had raped a woman who was not their partner.