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DW
EU strikes blow against illegal wildlife trade |alleged to have beaten up tribespeople and torched one of their forest camps af
EU strikes blow against illegal wildlife trade |
DW / Posted 7 days ago
alleged to have beaten up tribespeople and torched one of their forest camps after accusing them of poaching. According to Survival International - a global movement for tribal peoples' rights - the involvement of armed guards in poaching in... Read more
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Ekklesia
Amazon tribe protest against Brazilian mining giantsuspend the blockade on condition that the company upholds its agreement to mit
Amazon tribe protest against Brazilian mining giant
Ekklesia / Posted 8 days ago
suspend the blockade on condition that the company upholds its agreement to mitigate the impacts on the Indians’ forest. Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights, says this is the first time that the Awá have... Read more
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BBC News
Brazil's Guarani-Kaiowa tribe allege genocide over land disputesdetermination and their struggle has attracted attention beyond this rugged bor
Brazil's Guarani-Kaiowa tribe allege genocide over land disputes
BBC News / Posted 8 days ago
determination and their struggle has attracted attention beyond this rugged border region between Brazil and Paraguay. Survival International, one of several pressure groups to criticise the hitherto unexplained death of the tribe's leader... Read more
10d
The Financial Express
With luxury encroaching in forest areas, tribals fear for their existenceor move voluntarily. But no one was told that they had a choice and many were f
With luxury encroaching in forest areas, tribals fear for their existence
The Financial Express / Posted 10 days ago
or move voluntarily. But no one was told that they had a choice and many were forced to sign the papers,” Sophie Grig, from Survival International, told IANS. “An official told us to sign a letter of consent quickly. He said that we would get money... Read more
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New Kerala
With luxury encroaching in forest areas, tribals fear for their existence - newkerala.com #78404or move voluntarily. But no one was told that they had a choice and many were f
With luxury encroaching in forest areas, tribals fear for their existence - newkerala.com #78404
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
or move voluntarily. But no one was told that they had a choice and many were forced to sign the papers," Sophie Grig, from Survival International, told IANS. "An official told us to sign a letter of consent quickly. He said that we would get money... Read more
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Ekklesia
Celebrities join international call for rights of Botswana BushmenA host of celebrities are supporting the campaign of Survival International, th
Celebrities join international call for rights of Botswana Bushmen
Ekklesia / Posted 20 days ago
A host of celebrities are supporting the campaign of Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights, for the Bushmen in the 50th anniversary year of Botswana’s independence. These include actors Dominic West, Gillian... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Celebrities urge travellers to boycott BotswanaSurvival International is urging travellers to stay away from Botswana due to i
Celebrities urge travellers to boycott Botswana
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Survival International is urging travellers to stay away from Botswana due to its controversial treatment of its indigenous Bushmen population. The human rights charity is calling for a boycott of the popular safari destination and has received... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Celebrities Join International Call to Boycott Botswana TourismA host of big names are supporting Survival International's global campaign for
Celebrities Join International Call to Boycott Botswana Tourism
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
A host of big names are supporting Survival International's global campaign for the Bushmen in the 50th anniversary year of Botswana's independence. These include actors Dominic West, Gillian Anderson, Joanna Lumley, Sophie Okonedo and Mark Rylance,... Read more
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DW
Guatemala Nobel laureate Rigoberta Menchu ridiculed | Americas |discriminated against most blatantly without it being seen as racism," Linda Po
Guatemala Nobel laureate Rigoberta Menchu ridiculed | Americas |
DW / Posted 30 days ago
discriminated against most blatantly without it being seen as racism," Linda Poppe, of the indigenous rights organization Survival International, told DW. From Botswana to Bolivia, indigenous people are regularly confronted with discrimination.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
WSF Partners With Logging Company Destroying 'Pygmy' Landsoutheast Cameroon without the consent of local Baka "Pygmies" who have lived t
WSF Partners With Logging Company Destroying 'Pygmy' Land
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
southeast Cameroon without the consent of local Baka "Pygmies" who have lived there and managed the land for generations, Survival International has learned. Rougier is described as an "integrated forest & trade company" and a large "forest... Read more

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