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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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Tip | A celebration of cultural diversity and other ways of living – Survival International

As global monoculture erodes cultural diversity, the variety of tribal festivals and rituals is a reminder that humans have diverse insights, different priorities, and choose other – successful – ways of living. Click on the photo or here to view … Continue reading

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