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Brazil: Guarani man assassinated by gunmen as tensions rise

Brazil: Guarani man assassinated by gunmen as tensions rise 2 September

Others are reported to be injured after the Indians reoccupied their ancestral land.

Peru: Land at last for families of murdered Ashéninka Indians

Peru: Land at last for families of murdered Ashéninka Indians 1 September

A year after the brutal murders of four Ashéninka leaders, their battle for the land has finally succeeded.

 
Attempt at triple world record: Oldest, youngest & fastest water-ski the English Channel

Attempt at triple world record: Oldest, youngest & fastest water-ski the English Channel 26 August

The challenge will complete Robin Hanbury-Tenison's eight challenges ahead of his 80th birthday

 
Conservation's links to eugenics exposed on Park Service anniversary

Conservation’s links to eugenics exposed on Park Service anniversary 25 August

Survival Director exposes dark legacy of the U.S. conservation movement

 
UN appeals for Guarani in Brazil as gunmen 'prepare to attack'

UN appeals for Guarani in Brazil as gunmen ‘prepare to attack’ 17 August

Thousands of Guarani holding on to tiny patches of their ancestral land are living in fear of being forcibly evicted.

 
Survival Director condemns rise of 'green militarism' in conservation

Survival Director condemns rise of ‘green militarism’ in conservation 13 August

Stephen Corry has exposed the hypocrisy in today's conservation movement

 
Yosemite stunt launches 'Stop the Con' campaign to change conservation

Yosemite stunt launches ‘Stop the Con’ campaign to change conservation 12 August

'Stop the Con' aims to end the destruction of tribes and their lands in the name of 'conservation.'

 
Groundbreaking communications technology gives remote tribes a voice

Groundbreaking communications technology gives remote tribes a voice 10 August

The Guarani and the Yanomami are the first to be part of the 'Tribal Voice' project

 

Success!

Peru: Land at last for families of murdered Ashéninka Indians

Peru: Land at last for families of murdered Ashéninka Indians

A year after the brutal murders of four Ashéninka leaders, their battle for the land has finally succeeded.

 
 

In their words

The government told us that if we don't give in to them we will be slaughtered like goats.”
Hamar refugee

 

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