A Brazilian Indian leader at the forefront of his people’s struggle to reclaim their ancestral land has been assassinated.
In a short clip released by Survival’s Tribal Voice project, a Pataxó spokeswoman says: “They are killing us!"
Iconic "watershed mountains" – home to uncontacted peoples –threatened by oil development
New film highlights contrasting attitudes of Botswana's first president with that of current government towards Kalahari Bushmen
Twelve winners announced for tribal photography competition
Botswana President named as Racist of the Year 2016 29 September
President Khama receives annual award for prejudice against tribal peoples
A UN expert has warned that the Brazilian government is failing to protect the country’s indigenous peoples.
Families brutally evicted and protestors shot in notorious Kaziranga National Park
Pacific E&P cancels its contract to explore for oil in the face of stiff opposition from the Matsés Indians