Justice for people accused and convicted under the Witchcraft Act 1563-1736

A campaign for justice

Witches of Scotland is a campaign for justice; for a legal pardon,  an apology and national monument for the thousands of people – mostly women -  that were convicted of witchcraft and executed between 1563 and 1736 in Scotland.

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The public petition to the Scottish Parliament to ask for a pardon, apology and a national memorial for those accused and killed as witches is now live!  

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The public petition to the Scottish Parliament to ask for a pardon, apology and a national memorial for those accused and killed as witches is now live!  

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