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2015/03/27 18:30
2015/03/27 18:30
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The survival of hundreds of thousands of tribal peoples around the world is at risk due to government policies that result in eviction from tribe land and the destruction of their ways of living in...
2015/03/27 18:30
2015/03/27 18:30
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2015/03/27 10:43
2015/03/27 10:43
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Indigenous organisations and thousands of people from around the world have called on delegates attending a major conference on the illegal wildlife trade to recognise tribal peoples’ right to hunt...
2015/03/24 14:29
2015/03/24 14:29
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Tribal peoples hunt to feed their families, yet they are often criminalized as 'poachers' Indigenous organizations and thousands of people from around the world have called on delegates attending a...
2015/03/12 14:29
2015/03/12 14:29
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One of the smallest and most vulnerable tribes of Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley is starving as a dam and irrigation systems for commercial sugar plantations are destroying the habitat they depend on, an...
2015/03/10 12:32
2015/03/10 12:32
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Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights, has received disturbing reports that the smallest and most vulnerable tribe in Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley is starving, as a...
Read more at AllAfrica.com, Ekklesia
2015/03/05 15:29
2015/03/05 15:29
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United Nations — Indigenous and wildlife conservationists have common goals and common adversaries, but seem to be struggling to find common ground in the fight for sustainable forests. The forest...
2015/03/04 14:10
2015/03/04 14:10
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LONDON - To mark World Wildlife Day on Tuesday, Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights, exposes abuses faced by tribal peoples in the name of wildlife...
2015/03/02 14:32
2015/03/02 14:32
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Gaborone — The Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO) is working on ways to make sure that Batswana enjoy reduced rates when embarking on vacations to tourist areas within Botswana, says BTO newly...
2015/03/02 11:30
2015/03/02 11:30
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Tribal peoples like the Baka in southeast Cameroon face abuse by anti-poaching squads. British human rights lawyer Gordon Bennett has issued a damning legal analysis of the negative impacts of...
Read more at AllAfrica.com, Ekklesia
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