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Ekklesia
UN expert raises alarm as Brazilian Indians fight 'genocide'have endured, they remain unwavering in their resolution to preserve their land
UN expert raises alarm as Brazilian Indians fight 'genocide'
Ekklesia / Posted yesterday
have endured, they remain unwavering in their resolution to preserve their lands… and to determine their own futures.” Survival International, the global mevement for tribal peoples' rights say many tribes suffer from disease and malnutrition,... Read more
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Ekklesia
Paraguayan government defies order to protect uncontacted tribethe continuing clearance of the area’s forest, raising concerns that the uncont
Paraguayan government defies order to protect uncontacted tribe
Ekklesia / Posted 15 days ago
the continuing clearance of the area’s forest, raising concerns that the uncontacted Ayoreo Indians face annihilation, says Survival International, the global organisation for tribal peoples' rights. Several major ranching corporations are clearing... Read more
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The Columbian
Amazon tribeswomen escape back to forest after rejecting civilizationso, Jakarewãja and Amakaria clearly prefer that life to the life in the communi
Amazon tribeswomen escape back to forest after rejecting civilization
The Columbian / Posted 17 days ago
so, Jakarewãja and Amakaria clearly prefer that life to the life in the community,” said Sarah Shenker, a campaigner with Survival International, a London-based group that works for tribal peoples worldwide. Shenker met the women in April 2015,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Amazon tribeswomen escape back to forest after rejecting civilisationTwo women from the endangered Awá tribe from the Brazilian Amazon. Photo / Surv
Amazon tribeswomen escape back to forest after rejecting civilisation
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Two women from the endangered Awá tribe from the Brazilian Amazon. Photo / Survival International via Washington Post In December 2014, three "non-contacted" Amazon tribespeople - a young man, his mother and an elder female relative - were led out... Read more
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Ekklesia
Outrage as Rio 2016 paralympic organisers 'slander' tribal peoplesexual abuse, individual or collective rape, slavery, torture, abandonment of p
Outrage as Rio 2016 paralympic organisers 'slander' tribal people
Ekklesia / Posted 21 days ago
sexual abuse, individual or collective rape, slavery, torture, abandonment of people in need and domestic violence.” Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights, says Muwaji’s Law enables the authorities to take... Read more

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