Publications

 
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There you go!

written and illustrated by Oren Ginzburg

published by Survival International, 2006 (pp 48)

Designed to be read in two minutes, There you go! offers a radical new approach to looking at ‘development’ and its impact on indigenous peoples, using beautiful illustrations and wry humour to deliver its message. Described by Mashen Ashini, an Innu spokesperson from Labrador as, ‘a book that speaks the truth’, There you go! challenges current development policies and highlights how destructive these can be for tribal peoples.

View it online: http://www.survivalinternational.org/thereyougo

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Disinherited

– Indians in Brazil

Survival, 2001– 2nd edition (pp 100)

This full colour book, illustrated by fabulous photographs, tells the history of Brazilian Indians from the time of the European invasion. It focuses on Brazil’s most vulnerable peoples, telling the stories of some of the most isolated tribes. It also explores more general themes, such as shamanism, first contact with outsiders, and land. The book contains many first hand testimonies told here for the first time.

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Siberia to Sarawak

Survival, 2002, 2nd edition (pp 48)

This full colour book, illustrated by fabulous photographs, covers the stories of various tribal peoples in Asia. As well as covering in-depth history of the tribes, it also includes many quotes, pictures and maps.

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Stories & Lives

A compilation of stories about several different tribes that Survival works with. The collection offers an in-depth look at the problems facing tribes all over the world from Canada and Brazil to Botswana and India.
Stories & Lives comes with a complimentary copy of our 2006 Annual Report.

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Harvest Moonshine - taking you for a ride

A critique of the ‘rainforest harvest’

Survival, 1993 (pp 16)

A vigorous demolition of the notion that the best way to support tribal peoples and their environments is by marketing their produce to western consumers.

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Progress can kill

published by Survival International, 2007 (32pp)

How imposed development destroys the health of tribal peoples

Forcing ‘development’ or ‘progress’ on tribal people does not make them happier or healthier. In fact, the effects are disastrous.

The most important factor by far for tribal peoples’ well-being is whether their land rights are respected.

Learn why in this booklet (also published online as an interactive website)

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Disinherited

– Indians in Brazil (in Portuguese)

Survival, 2001– 2nd edition (pp 100)

This full colour book, illustrated by fabulous photographs, tells the history of Brazilian Indians from the time of the European invasion. It focuses on Brazil’s most vulnerable peoples, telling the stories of some of the most isolated tribes. It also explores more general themes, such as shamanism, first contact with outsiders, and land. The book contains many first hand testimonies told here for the first time.

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Your Land and Future

Survival International has been campaigning for the rights of tribal peoples for over 30 years, and this poster offers some advice and information on how to secure your land and protect it. We have tried to make it useful for everyone from indigenous leaders to people in the communities.

The poster is free, and we will happily send you as many copies as you would like. Please feel free to put it up in your offices, health posts, schools or houses, and do contact us if you would like more copies.

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Weareone 

We Are One

A photobook celebrating the world's tribal peoples

Survival, 2009

From the Yanomami of Brazil to the Penan of Malaysia and the Innu of Canada, We Are One presents powerful and moving statements from tribal people together with essays and photographs from contributors including Richard Gere, Zac Goldsmith, Colin Firth, Bruce Parry, Jane Goodall, Joanna Lumley and Damien Hirst.

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