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Video | “Our values, farming, song and dances”: Tribal and indigenous peoples’ education must be rooted in the people’s own land, language and culture – Survival International

Factory Schools: crimes against children from Survival International on Vimeo. Two million tribal and indigenous children are in Factory Schools today. Lives are destroyed and families are torn apart as the children are intentionally alienated from their community and stripped … Continue reading

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“Nobody lives like their ancestors”: A timely reflection on kings and emperors, state development and conservation – Survival International

They are not backward, they don’t live like our ancestors, they don’t live like their ancestors, we don’t live like our ancestors, nobody lives like their ancestors, actually a very common mistake Survival Director Stephen Corry commenting on misconceptions as  regards “Tribal peoples” around the … Continue reading

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Tip | The lives of tribal mothers, their babies and the lands on which they raise they children: Photo gallery – Survival International

The words ‘Aiya’, ‘Ngu’ and ‘Anaanak’ have the same meaning in different tribal languages: Mother. This gallery portrays the lives of tribal mothers, their babies and the lands on which they raise they children. Source: ‘Mother’ – Survival International Address … Continue reading

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Video | Keynote “Whose environment, whose laws?” Oregon’s Public Interest Environmental Law Conference – Survival International

Transcription from the video excerpt From 30:38 What Survival isn’t about: It’s not about keeping anybody as they are. It’s not about preserving cultures. And the reason we stress that is: because as soon as you say ‘culture’, as soon as … Continue reading

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Tip | Ingenious skills of tribal peoples – Survival International

Click on the image to view the slideshow and read more Many tribal peoples have an encyclopaedic knowledge of native animals, plants and herbs; the Yanomami, for example, use around 500 species of plants on a daily basis. The Yali … Continue reading

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