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Jummas banned from speaking to foreigners without ‘supervison’

Jummas banned from speaking to foreigners without ‘supervison’ 3 March

Outrage as Jummas banned from speaking to foreigners except in the presence of a soldier or government official.

World Wildlife Day: tribespeople denounce persecution in the name of 'conservation'

World Wildlife Day: tribespeople denounce persecution in the name of ‘conservation’ 2 March

Powerful video testimony exposes abuses faced by tribal peoples in the name of wildlife 'conservation.'

 
Legal analysis finds tribal peoples persecuted unjustly for ‘wildlife crime’

Legal analysis finds tribal peoples persecuted unjustly for ‘wildlife crime’ 28 February

Human rights lawyer Gordon Bennett has called for a radical new approach to conservation

 
Tribal rights lawyer condemns conservation's devastating impact on tribal peoples

Tribal rights lawyer condemns conservation’s devastating impact on tribal peoples 24 February

British barrister Gordon Bennett and others will host a press conference in Johannesburg.

 
Survival launches worldwide tribal photography contest

Survival launches worldwide tribal photography contest 18 February

Survival's second photo competition aims to celebrate photography as a powerful medium for raising awareness of tribal peoples.

 
'Bushmen aren't forever' as Kalahari diamonds go on sale

‘Bushmen aren’t forever’ as Kalahari diamonds go on sale 12 February

The first diamonds from the Kalahari Bushmen's land have gone on sale

 
Survival slams conservation for violating tribal peoples' rights

Survival slams conservation for violating tribal peoples’ rights 5 February

Survival's Director has published a hard-hitting article on why conservation is failing

 
Uncontacted Amazon Indians 'surrounded by loggers' make contact

Uncontacted Amazon Indians ‘surrounded by loggers’ make contact 21 January

Amakaria and several relatives were reportedly contacted by a Brazilian government team some decades ago

 

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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

I will annihilate them.”
Indonesian Police Chief

 

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