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Many Awá are still uncontacted, and they are running for their lives.
This is the first ever aerial footage of an uncontacted community
A short documentary about how first contact affected the tribes of the
This short film, narrated by Joanna Lumley, tells the story of the Dongria Kondh's resistance against giant mining company Vedanta Resources.
Baka from southeast Cameroon call upon WWF to stop funding anti-poaching squads.
Kwegu tribespeople in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley report that they are starving as a result of being forced from their land and of the irrigated plantations that are drying up the river on which they depend.
Watch Bayaka "Pygmies" and Baiga speak out about the abuse by wildlife guards, and harassment to leave their lands.
Guarani Leader Eliseu Lopes describes his tribe's quest to return to their ancestral land.
Baka recount the abuse they suffer at the hands of anti-poaching squads supported by WWF.
Moving first-hand accounts by the residents of Jholar village in Kanha tiger reserve, who have now been evicted (filmed in 2012)
Raoni talks about threats to uncontacted tribes in Brazil and the impacts of the controversial Belo Monte dam
Kayapó leader Megaron Txukaramae talks about the draft bills that threaten to weaken indigenous people’s control over their land
Film about Survival’s successful campaign to protect the Awá’s land made by the BBC.
Brazil's government bows to the global campaign and expels all illegal loggers.
Is it so strange that some people don't want to join the mainstream?
A book that tells the story of Yanomami shaman Davi Kopenawa.
Guarani leader Damiana is leading her community in a fight to return to their ancestral lands.
The Matsés tribe are concerned about oil exploration in their territory
Dongria Kondh leader's refusal to allow the mining of Niyamgiri.
Pire'i Ma'a is sending an urgent message from the Awá tribe.
Matsés woman Antonina Duni Goya Nesho talks about her son's future
The Dongria tell the Vedanta chairman to leave them in peace.
The history of the world’s tribal lands in under 60 seconds
There are many different ways of living on this planet, who's to say their way is best?
How did the Dongria tribe take on a huge multinational corporation - and win?
ILO169 is the only international law that can secure tribal peoples' land rights but most governments refuse to ratify it.
The Zo'é are one of the most isolated of all contacted tribes in Brazil. But are the authorities keeping them in a bubble, away from the rest of society?
In a small patch of rainforest in Brazil, the last six survivors of a genocide dance.
Logging is threatening the future of the Awá, one of Brazil's last hunter-gatherer tribes.
New 'conservation' measures threaten Kenya's Ogiek tribe with eviction from their forest home.
Bina Matis tells how many of his tribe caught diseases immediately after first contact.