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Pueblos Indígenas en Aislamiento Voluntario y Contacto Inicial

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Only available in Spanish.  Por  Dinah Shelton, Antenor Vaz, Beatriz Huertas Castillo, Carlos Camacho Nassar, Luis Jesús Bello, Paola...

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Tribal peoples for tomorrow’s world

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

‘Tribal peoples for tomorrow’s world’ is written by Survival International’s Director Stephen Corry and published by Freeman Press....

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Progress can kill: how imposed development destroys the health of tribal peoples

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

There are two versions of Survival’s ground-breaking report ‘Progress can kill: how imposed development destroys the health of...

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There you go – animation book

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

by Oren Ginzburg, Survival International. In this satirical animation, development experts claim to bring ‘sustainable...

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Rocky Road. How legal failings and vested interests behind Peru’s Purús highway threaten the Amazon and its people

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

By Global Witness, May 2013. This report examines a range of factors that Global Witness believes may be unduly influencing...

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Debunking myths: An overview of uncontacted peoples

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: Survival International.  It is remarkable that in the second decade of the 21st century much of the available evidence points to...

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Genocide and isolation

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: By Pablo Cingolani. A Yuqui indigenous girl from the Bolivian Amazon. The Yuqui were a people living in isolation until they were...

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Indigenous peoples in “voluntary” isolation: What’s in a name?

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: uncontactedtribes.org.  In “Los Pueblos Indígenas en Aislamiento: Su lucha por la sobrevivencia y la libertad” (Indigenous...

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Amazon: Peoples in flight

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Image: Approximate location of indigenous peoples living in voluntary isolation and initial contact. Source: Pueblos Indígenas en...

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An Ayoreo poem

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: volunteerlatinamericablog.com. The spirit came in the form of a crow; it carried me up and said to me: “Look at Eami tonight. You...

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Brazil: Isolated indigenous peoples continue to face threats

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: Gleyson Miranda, 2010 – FUNAI files, source: Pueblos Indígenas en aislamiento voluntario y contacto inicial, IWGIA – IPES –...

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Indigenous peoples in isolation in Peru

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: Mashco Piro indigenous peoples in the Madre de Dios reserve – By Diego Cortijo – Sociedad Geográfica Española, 2011....

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Ecuador: The Tagaeri Taromenane Intangible Zone in Yasuní Park

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

In 1999, a presidential decree created the Tagaeri Taromenane “Intangible” or Untouchable Zone (ZITT) within Yasuní National Park....

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Andaman Islands, India: Jarawa people turned into a “tourist attraction”

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: Survival International Another major threat looming over some groups of isolated indigenous peoples is mass tourism. In some cases,...

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The Sentinelese – the world’s most isolated tribe?

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: Survival International Living on their own small island, only 72 km2, the Sentinelese are probably the most isolated tribe in the...

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Stories of resistance

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Photo: uncontactedtribes.org 1. A view from the recently contacted Jarawa The Jarawa, from India’s Andaman Islands have only had...

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Isolated indigenous peoples: Growing threats and hope for the future

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Several years ago, a photograph made headlines around the world. In it, an indigenous man in a small village in the middle of the...

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Bulletin Issue 194 – September 2013

Posted on Oct 2, 2013

Indigenous Peoples in Isolation

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