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Tribal power - How tribes across the world are standing up for themselves

Recently I stumbled across an article about the Maasai, probably one of the most well-known tribes of our world; their traditional clothing is what comes to many people’s mind when thinking of “tribal Africa”. 447 more words


Where Foresters and Wildlife Live in Harmony

Our celebrity judges and you, the voting public, have chosen the winners of our Follow the Farmer contest! Soon one of them will be off on a life-changing adventure in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, renowned for its white-sand beaches and posh resorts. 345 more words


Journey to the U’wa world

On this journey we accompanied Fabian Laverde of the organisation COS-PACC to the indigenous resguardo (protected territory) of Chaparral-Barro Negro, in Casanare department. 52 more words

Indigenous People

Does everyone remember when the identity of Officer Darren Wilson was simply “unnamed officer”? Chance Avery was not responsible for the death of Mah-Hi-Vist Goodblanket. He injured himself and left the scene within minutes, before a confrontation with Mah-Hi-Vist even arised. 75 more words


Invasion of America 1776 to 2010

Between 1776 and 1887, the United States seized over 1.5 billion acres from America’s indigenous people by treaty and executive order. The Invasion of America shows how by mapping every treaty and executive order during that period.

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Ayni, Ayllu, Yanantin and Chanincha - The Cultural Values Enabling Adaptation to Climate Change in Peruvian Andean Communities

by Rory Walshe

The critical COP21 in Paris is just 9 months away, but regardless of the outcome of this meeting, adaptation on a huge scale will be needed for the world’s indigenous communities. 2,709 more words

Climate Change Adaptation

Tri-lingual Learning: Bahasa Jahai, Bahasa Malaysia and English

BRAINetwork and the Orang Asli of Kampung Chuweh have been working together over the past few weeks to create a 1 to 10 counting chart. A counting chart, a simple and basic enough idea, but with a difference. 644 more words

First Mile Project