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Survival International has launched a unique project to bring the latest communications technology to some of the world’s most remote tribal communities.
An undercover investigation by a French TV channel has exposed the illegal eviction of thousands of tribal people from Kanha Tiger Reserve in the name of conservation.
Gunmen have attacked and set ablaze a Guarani Indian community in south west Brazil.
Venezuelan Indians have blocked the landing strip of Canaima National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in protest at illegal miners destroying their lives and lands.
Amazon Indians in Venezuela have condemned the army for failing to tackle illegal gold and diamond mining on their land.
Indigenous organisations and people from around the world have called on delegates to a conference on illegal wildlife trade to recognise tribal peoples’ right to hunt for their survival.
Survival International has received reports that the smallest and most vulnerable tribe in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley is starving, as a result of the destruction of their forest and river.
Tribal people have been forcibly and illegally evicted from India’s Kanha Tiger Reserve in the name of conservation. Across India, many face a similar threat.
A group of Baka tribespeople in southeast Cameroon have begged the WWF to stop funding the anti-poaching squads responsible for persecution of the Baka.
Tribal people and small farmers in the Philippine province of Palawan have called for a halt to the expansion of oil palm plantations which destroy the forests they rely on to survive.
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