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Survival International
12/04/2016 at 19:20. Facebook
Protection teams already lack the resources to properly guard uncontacted tribes' territories from invaders, but now the Brazilian government is planning cuts! This could be fatal for the most vulnerable people on the planet:

Urgent Action for uncontacted tribes: Say NO to fatal funding cuts

Survival International
12/04/2016 at 16:23. Facebook
Peru's uncontacted peoples face severe threats, from big oil and gas projects and non-consensual "development" projects on their land, to intrusive missionaries and tourists:

Peru's uncontacted tribes under threat

Survival International
12/04/2016 at 15:32. Facebook
For tribal peoples, land is life. It fulfills all their material and spiritual needs. Land provides food, housing and clothing. It’s also the foundation of tribal peoples’ identity and sense of belonging.

Get in touch with your tribal side with our sustainable, fair trade "The forest is our supermarket" canvas bag:

NEW: "Forest is our supermarket bag" - Survival International

Survival International
12/04/2016 at 13:16. Facebook
Great work! By standing up to blatant land theft, activists can help give tribal peoples the chance to determine their own futures.

But these rights are being taken from people all over the world. Time for action: [ Survivalinternational.org Link ]

One Man Has Helped 11 Tribal Families Get Back The Rights To Their Land In Odisha

Survival International
12/03/2016 at 11:13. Facebook
Some Saturday reading: North America is witnessing the emergence of an extraordinary indigenous movement:

The Indigenous Revolution | Jacobin

Survival International
12/02/2016 at 23:45. Facebook
It's International Day for the Elimination of #slavery. Worth remembering the appalling treatment of Amazon Indians during the "rubber boom," when rubber barons rounded them up and forced them to work in terrible conditions:

Death in the Devil’s Paradise

Survival International
12/02/2016 at 21:15. Facebook
Many of the world’s staple crops and drugs used in Western medicine originate with tribal peoples, and have saved millions of lives. There are still countless insights we could glean from them about food, health, and the environment:

By Planting Corn, A Native American Man Hopes To Return To Indigenous Foods

Survival International
12/02/2016 at 19:03. Facebook
We're sorry to have to share some horrific news – six Guajajara men were murdered trying to defend their lives, lands, and their uncontacted neighbors in the last three months.

The conflict over land and resources is intensifying. Join us on the Indians' side: [ Survivalinternational.org Link ]

Brazil: Six Indians murdered as land conflict deepens

Survival International
12/02/2016 at 17:08. Facebook
Some politicians in Peru, and a controversial priest, want to build a road right through the middle of uncontacted tribes' territory in the Amazon. What do they think they're doing?

The indigenous people of the area say: "We flatly reject this road. We indigenous people won't benefit from it, only the loggers, miners, oil companies and narcotraffickers. It threatens the lives of our isolated...
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Amazon: rainforest road threatens Peru's last isolated tribes

Survival International
12/02/2016 at 16:29. Facebook
Support our vital work and discover a new tribal portrait each month with our stunning 2017 calendar. Featuring images like this one of a Yanomami boy by Luigi Repetto:

2017 "We, The People" Calendar - Survival International

Survival International
12/01/2016 at 23:55. Facebook
After they were forced off their ancestral land and into government eviction camps, the Kalahari Bushmen began to suffer from HIV/AIDS at a terrible rate.

On World #Aids day, take action for their rights:

Bushmen – World AIDS Day

Survival International
12/01/2016 at 22:05. Facebook
You couldn't make this up: a notorious priest in Peru is campaigning to build a road – right through the middle of the Amazon Uncontacted Frontier.

Governments MUST do more to protect the most vulnerable peoples on the planet: [ Survivalinternational.org Link ]

Peru: Priest’s notorious “death road” set to cut uncontacted tribes in two

Survival International
12/01/2016 at 21:02. Facebook
Protecting forests is the key to stopping climate change, according to adventurer, film-maker and Survival supporter, Bruce Parry. And who lives in the forests? You guessed right...

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Why land rights for indigenous peoples could be the answer to climate change | Bruce Parry

Survival International
12/01/2016 at 16:33. Facebook
We're live on Reddit answering your questions about uncontacted tribes. Come and ask anything you like!

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Survival International
12/01/2016 at 01:16. Facebook
Powerful stuff: Aboriginal Australian people are using dance to tackle domestic violence:

Australia domestic violence: Aboriginal dancers highlight problem - BBC News

Survival International
11/30/2016 at 03:34. Facebook
All uncontacted tribal peoples face catastrophe unless their land is protected. We’re doing everything we can to secure their land for them, and to give them the chance to determine their own futures.

Help uncontacted peoples today on #GivingTuesday: [ Survivalinternational.org Link ]
Survival International
11/29/2016 at 23:42. Facebook
There are people out there with no need for money, smartphones or fossil fuels. They are the Amazon’s uncontacted tribes – our contemporaries, and a vitally important part of humankind’s diversity.

Where their land rights are respected, they thrive. This #GivingTuesday join the fight for these rights to be respected: [ Survivalinternational.org Link ]
Survival International
11/29/2016 at 22:32. Facebook
Uncontacted peoples’ knowledge is irreplaceable and has been developed over thousands of years. They are the best guardians of their environment. And evidence proves that tribal territories are the best barrier to deforestation.

This is an urgent fight, for tribes, for nature, and for all humanity. Please give generously to help uncontacted peoples this #GivingTuesday: [...
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Survival International
11/29/2016 at 21:02. Facebook
On one side, loggers, ranchers and criminals conspiring with corrupt officials. On the other, the most vulnerable peoples on the planet.

With your help, we can stand up for uncontacted tribes’ right to determine their own futures. Tuesday November 29th is #GivingTuesday. Support the campaign: [ Survivalinternational.org Link ]