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Paraguay: Government ordered to protect uncontacted tribe

Paraguay: Government ordered to protect uncontacted tribe 11 February

The Paraguayan government has been ordered by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to protect an uncontacted tribe

Survival International accuses WWF of involvement in violence and abuse

Survival International accuses WWF of involvement in violence and abuse 10 February

Survival makes complaint to OECD about WWF involvement in mistreatment of tribes in Cameroon

 
Progress can kill: shocking photos highlight tribes' health crisis

Progress can kill: shocking photos highlight tribes’ health crisis 8 February

Photos highlight terrible health impact of "progress" on tribes

 
Paraguay's Indians see 14 million trees cut down in one month

Paraguay’s Indians see 14 million trees cut down in one month 4 February

A new report has revealed the devastating deforestation in the Paraguayan Chaco, home to the Ayoreo.

 
Will Botswana government's U-turn on Bushmen last?

Will Botswana government’s U-turn on Bushmen last? 31 January

Government promises to restore services it cut 14 years ago today – but what will this mean for the Bushmen?

 
BREAKING: Tribe attacked by gunmen in Brazil

BREAKING: Tribe attacked by gunmen in Brazil 24 January

Guarani community under attack from ranchers' gunmen.

 
Revealed: “Pygmy” children paid in glue and alcohol

Revealed: “Pygmy” children paid in glue and alcohol 20 January

Survival report highlights drug and alcohol addiction epidemic among tribal peoples, including some children in central Africa.

 
Progress Can Kill: HIV 'epidemic' strikes Venezuelan Indians

Progress Can Kill: HIV ‘epidemic’ strikes Venezuelan Indians 14 January

The news is a shocking illustration of the devastating consequences of loss of land and autonomy on tribal peoples.

 

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Peru: Land at last for families of murdered Ashéninka Indians

Peru: Land at last for families of murdered Ashéninka Indians

A year after the brutal murders of four Ashéninka leaders, their battle for the land has finally succeeded.

 
 

In their words

The government told us that if we don't give in to them we will be slaughtered like goats.”
Hamar refugee

 

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