Leo Igwe has served as the Western and Southern African representative to IHEU, the International Humanist and Ethical Union. He has bravely worked to end a variety of human rights violations, including anti-gay hate, sorcery, witchcraft, ritual killing, human sacrifice, “untouchability”, caste discrimination, “child witch” superstition, and anti-blasphemy laws. He is presently enrolled in a three year research programme on “Witchcraft accusations in Africa” at the University of Bayreuth, in Germany. Recently, he received a Fellowship at the James Randi Educational Foundation.
- A Manifesto for a Skeptical Africa
- Arise, Skeptics in Papua New Guinea!
- Paul Kurtz: Tribute from Africa
- Skepticism and African Awakening
- The Changing Face of African Humanism
- The Necessity of Humanism in Africa
- A New Wave of Reason in Africa
- Money Making Rituals and Superstition in Nigeria
- Bonyase, Ghana - A Witch Camp and Its Priestess
- “Child Witch Hunting” and the Nigerian Justice System
- Witchcraft and African Football
- Kukuo: Inside a ‘Witch Camp’ in Ghana
- Woman Burned Alive in New Guinea Witch Hunt
- In Praise of Atheism
- Critically Thinking About Sorcery and Magic