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Plans for a major building project on an illegal road notorious for its 'human safaris' have been condemned over fears of its effect on the Jarawa tribe's protected reserve on India’s Andaman Islands.
Survival International has launched a one-year countdown timer to end ‘human safaris’ to the vulnerable Jarawa tribe on India’s Andamans Islands.
An extremely rare first-hand account of the shocking extent of sexual exploitation of young women of the Jarawa tribe on India’s Andaman Islands has emerged.
Attempts by poachers to manipulate members of the Jarawa tribe in India’s Andaman Islands have backfired following swift action by the authorities.
Survival International has launched a tourism boycott of India’s Andaman Islands, until the degrading practice of ‘human safaris’ to the Jarawa tribe is stopped.
A ruling by India’s Supreme Court which would have curtailed ‘human safaris’ in the Andaman Islands is being ignored by the islands’ authorities.
A road at the centre of a ‘human safari’ scandal in the Andaman Islands is still open, exactly ten years after India’s Supreme Court ordered its closure.
The United Nations have been urged to put pressure on India to bring an end to “human safaris” in the Andaman Islands.
MPs in the UK have tabled a motion calling on the Indian Government to close the llegal road through the Jarawa tribe's reserve in the Andaman Islands.
The Observer newspaper has revealed evidence of police involvement in ‘human safaris’ in India’s Andaman Islands.
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