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Indigenous peoples are key to preserving the world’s forests and conservation reserves, according to a new study from the World Bank.
One of the very few hunter-gatherer tribes in east Africa has been celebrating the recognition of its land rights.
Twenty-seven Roma families in Serbia's capital Belgrade face imminent forced eviction from their homes to make way for new commercial housing.
At least seven people are feared dead after Indonesian police opened fire on hundreds of West Papuans at an independence rally close to the province’s capital.
In May 2010 the Government announced that it would end the immigration detention of children, but it is failing to do so says the Children's Society.
Some 86 Irish Traveller families at Dale Farm in Essex still face forced eviction following legal notice from Basildon Council, after a ten year dispute.
A few weeks ago, I was sorting through some old papers and came across my first ever published article. It was a piece on Christian attitudes towards mental health, published in the (now defunct) New Christian Herald in October 1998. I was 21.
A celebration of the life of iconic US civil rights leader the Rev Fred Shuttlesworth has been planned, following his death on 5 October 2011.
Survival International say that around a hundred Ethiopian tribespeople have been arrested and jailed for opposing a controversial new dam.
Two church groups with membership in North America and the Caribbean have pledged to work to improve the lives of migrant Caribbean workers.