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Illegal fishermen encroach on world's most isolated tribe

Illegal fishermen encroach on world’s most isolated tribe 20 November

Burmese fishermen were apprehended by the Indian Coast Guard near North Sentinel Island earlier this month

Massive illegal forest clearance threatens unique uncontacted tribe

Massive illegal forest clearance threatens unique uncontacted tribe 19 November

Campaigners warn that the last uncontacted Indians outside Amazonia are running out of forest to hide in.

 
New report exposes the 'Dark side of conservation'

New report exposes the ‘Dark side of conservation’ 13 November

'Parks Need Peoples' campaign launched during World Parks Congress

 
World Responsible Tourism Day: Survival calls for Botswana boycott

World Responsible Tourism Day: Survival calls for Botswana boycott 5 November

Protestors handed leaflets to visitors to the World Travel Market, a leading travel industry event in London

 
Brazil: Guarani 'despair' as female leader murdered

Brazil: Guarani ‘despair’ as female leader murdered 4 November

Last month Marinalva Manoel traveled to Brasília to campaign for her tribe's ancestral land to be returned.

 
Photographer Jimmy Nelson's work attacked before opening in Brussels

Photographer Jimmy Nelson’s work attacked before opening in Brussels 28 October

Nelson's work is accused of portraying a 'false and damaging picture of tribal peoples'

 
Tribes and farmers unite to end oil palm expansion in Philippines

Tribes and farmers unite to end oil palm expansion in Philippines 22 October

Tribal people and small-scale farmers in Palawan call for a halt to expansion of oil palm plantations.

 
Eden Project photo exhibition showcases tribal people of the rainforest

Eden Project photo exhibition showcases tribal people of the rainforest 22 October

Stunning images by explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison and renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado displayed

 

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Land at last for Indians evicted by fraudster

Land at last for Indians evicted by fraudster

Decades after it was stolen, Paraguay's President Cartes has today signed a historic bill to return Enxet Indians their land.

 
 

In their words

"We are fighting for our land, and we are being killed, one by one. They want to get rid of us altogether… We are in a state of despair, but we will not give up."”
Eliseu Lopes

 

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