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SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Safeguarding Our Daughters: Tackling Female Infanticide And Foeticide In India Through Legal And Social Perspectives. Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research, 6 (1). pp. 2699-2713. ISSN 2582-8878

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Dowry Practices in Kerala: Trends, Implications, and Socio-Legal Perspectives. Indian Journal of Integrated Research in Law, 4 (1). pp. 1049-1070. ISSN 2583-0538

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Addressing the Legal Gap: Implementing Unified Anti-Superstition Laws in India. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), 12 (2). pp. 1809-1818. ISSN 2455-6211

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Exploring the Intersection of Witchcraft Accusations and Sex Education in India: Challenges, Implications, and Opportunities. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), 12 (2). pp. 1819-1827. ISSN 2455-6211

Bettels, Karsten, Grimstead, Dave, Allsop, Cheryl, Chaussée, Anna, BOLTON-KING, Rachel, STURDY COLLS, Caroline, Chapman, Brendan, Keatley, David, TILLEY, Emma, TURNER, Jo, SPENCE, Samantha and Marquardt, Annette (2022) Finding the missing and unknown: Novel educational approaches to warming up cold cases. Science & Justice. ISSN 1355-0306

Monograph or Report

SPENCE, Samantha, WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura and PAGE, Sarah (2023) Written evidence from Dr Laura Walton-Williams, Associate Professor of Gender Based Violence, Sarah Page, Associate Professor of Social Justice and Social Learning, and Dr Samantha Spence, Course Director for Postgraduate Law at Staffordshire University. [EOV0041]. Research report for external body. UK Parliament.

SPENCE, Samantha (2022) Response to the call for submission of written contributions for the elaboration of a study on the situation of the violations and abuses of human rights rooted in harmful practices related to accusations of witchcraft and ritual attacks, as well as stigmatization. Research report for external body. United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

SPENCE, Samantha and MCGARRY, John (2021) Joint Committee on Human Rights, The Government’s Independent Review of the Human Rights Act, Third Report of Session 2021–22 - Written evidence from Dr John McGarry and Dr Samantha Spence (HRA0056). Research report for external body. House of Commons and House of Lords.

MCGARRY, John and SPENCE, Samantha (2021) Response to the Joint Committee on Human Rights call for evidence on the Government’s Independent Human Rights Act Review. Other. Parliament. (In Press)

Conference or Workshop Item

SPENCE, Samantha (2023) Webinar on the Intersection of caste, gender and harmful practices. Hosted by Centre for Human Rights Law and Policy, School of Legal Studies, REVA University, Bengaluru, India. In: Webinar on the intersection of caste, gender and harmful practices, 11.12.2023, Online - International.

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2023) Divergent Interpretations of the Intersection of Health, Harmful Practices and Women in India. In: Charting New Territories: Legal Transformations for Protecting Human Rights in a Dynamic World, 1st and 2nd December 2023, Online.

SPENCE, Samantha (2023) Significant of Postgraduate Study and Research in Human Rights Law. In: Guest Lecture September 2023, 31st Aug to 4th Sep, 2023, REVA University, Bangalore, India. (Unpublished)

SPENCE, Samantha, Baker, Charlotte and MITI-DRUMMOND, Muluka-Anne (2023) Accusations of Witchcraft and Associated Harmful Practices. In: Side Meeting of the 53rd Regular Session of the Human Rights Council, Geneva, 14th June 2023, OHCHR, Geneva.

SPENCE, Samantha (2023) The Gendering of Witchcraft: Sex-related or Sex-specific: Harmful Practices Related to Accusations of Witchcraft and Ritual Attacks: Challenges for Marginalized Groups. In: Harmful Practices Related to Accusations of Witchcraft and Ritual Attacks: Challenges for Marginalized Groups, 15.05.2023 to 16.05.2023, Online - International. (Unpublished)

SPENCE, Samantha (2023) Harmful Practices Relating to Accusations of Witchcraft and Ritual Attacks: To the UN and Beyond. In: CCJS Seminar Series, 26.04.2023, Staffordshire University. (Unpublished)

SPENCE, Samantha (2022) Verbal Intervention to the UN Expert Consultation on Witchcraft and Ritual Attacks. In: OHCHR Expert Consultation on Witchcraft and Ritual Attacks, 18.07.2022 - 20.07.2022, United Nations, Palais des Nations, Geneva. (Unpublished)

Book / Proceeding

SPENCE, Samantha (2017) Witchcraft Accusations and Persecutions as a Mechanism for the Marginalisation of Women. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle Upon Tyne. ISBN 978-1-4438-9501-9

Audio

SPENCE, Samantha (2024) Witchcraft Accusations and Gender Inequality with Dr. Samantha Spence. [Audio]

SPENCE, Samantha and Anand, Amit (2023) Ending Witch-Hunts in India with Samantha Spence and Amit Anand - Thou Shalt Not Suffer: The Witch Trial Podcast - A podcast featuring witch trial news and current events. [Audio]

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