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Ahead of World Mental Health Day on 10 October, Survival International has revealed shocking new suicide figures afflicting the Guarani tribe in Brazil.
Brazilian Guarani Indians have carried out a courageous ‘retomada’ (re-occupation) of the sugar cane plantation that has taken over their ancestral land.
Brazil’s Public Prosecutors have called for the closure of a security firm accused of carrying out brutal attacks on Guarani communities and of killing at least two of their leaders.
Brazil’s head of indigenous affairs has resigned, citing ill health. Her resignation follows the police killing of a Terena Indian and moves against indigenous rights.
An official submssion from Survival International calls on the IACHR to hold Brazil’s government accountable for failing to remove illegal invaders from Awá land.
A team of indigenous Maori journalists from New Zealand has visited the Guarani Indians of Brazil to investigate their plight.
Shareholders in Grupo San José have been urged to disinvest as satellite images show its subsidiary is involved in destruction of land inhabited by uncontacted Indians.
A community of Brazilian Indians say their main source of water has been poisoned by one of the state’s most controversial ranches.
Brazil’s Guarani Indians are to take their government to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, over its failure to protect their land.
A judge has ordered Brazil’s largest mining company to suspend plans for a controversial railway track which jeopardises the livelihoods of Earth’s most threatened tribe.