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The Paraguayan government has failed to act to protect a group of uncontacted tribal people, despite having been ordered to do so in February of this year.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has ordered Paraguay’s government to protect an uncontacted tribe from being wiped out.
Indigenous peoples in Paraguay are in a state of emergency according to the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur.
The minister responsible for protecting indigenous rights in Paraguay has been jailed for six years after he was found guilty of selling off indigenous land.
To mark UN Indigenous Day on 9 August, Survival International reveals five tribal peoples who have been victims of genocide during the 20th century and warns of a potential genocide in the 21st.
The survivors of a South American tribe which was decimated during the 1950s and 60s are taking Paraguay’s government to court over the genocide they suffered.
A Brazilian rancher has rebuffed the Ayoreo’s plea to stop destroying their forest, the last refuge of their uncontacted relatives.
Paraguay has quietly granted cattle ranchers a license to bulldoze a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve which is also the last refuge of uncontacted Ayoreo Indians.
An Ayoreo-Totobiegosode man forced out of his Paraguay forest home in the name of ‘progress’, has died from a lung disease, says Survival International.
Forest inhabited by uncontacted Indians in Paraguay is being destroyed to make way for cattle destined for the European market.
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