Survival’s new short film ‘Mine’ tells the story of the remote Dongria Kondh tribe’s struggle to protect the mountain they worship as a God.
London-based mining company Vedanta Resources plans a vast open-cast bauxite mine in India’s Niyamgiri hills, and the Dongria Kondh know that means the destruction of their forests, their way of life, and their mountain God.
The film is narrated by Indian-born actress Joanna Lumley with music by Skin. View kit »
One year after photos of uncontacted Amazon Indians made headlines around the world, a new report from Survival International reveals the five uncontacted tribes most at risk of extinction. View kit »
Davi Kopenawa Yanomami is a shaman and spokesman for the Yanomami people. He led the long-running international campaign to secure Yanomami land rights, for which he gained recognition in Brazil and around the world. View kit »
Indigenous people are on the frontline of climate change. They are also threatened by attempts to stop climate change. View kit »
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Peter Beaumont, Foreign Affairs Editor for The Observer (UK), threatens to sue Survival International over its response to an article that The Observer published on 22 June 2008. View kit »
Survival hands in a petition to Paraguayan embassies across Europe on Thursday 9 August 2007. View kit »
The Bushmen won an historic legal victory on December 13, 2006. This media kit contains the full text of the court’s ruling together with background information, photos and videos about the case. View kit »