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Indigenous Peoples

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The pipe dream that came true

Cherri Foytlin on the significance of Obama’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.

Filed in: Disasters Environment Indigenous Peoples Oil Pollution

Hollywood places tribal lives under threat

A new film may have dangerous consequences for small hunters, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples

Brazilian indigenous group expels illegal loggers

The Amazon Ka’apor community takes the struggle for sovereignty into its own hands, Phil Clarke Hill and Ruy Sposati show.

Filed in: Brazil Indigenous Peoples

Oil giant takes aim at indigenous groups in Peru

Thomas Mc Donagh on the unequal struggle between Amazonian communities and Spanish transnational Repsol.

Filed in: Energy Environment Indigenous Peoples Peru Sustainability

Caught in the crossfire

Indigenous leader Irrael Manuel Aguilar Solano on the continuing injustices faced by his people in Colombia.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples

There’s a lot more at stake than didgeridoos

Amarina Smith looks at the lack of protection for indigenous traditional knowledge in Australia and beyond.

Filed in: Australia Indigenous Peoples Trade

Risking fjords for profit? Norway’s dirty mining story

The Nordic country is about to turn some of its unspoilt landscape into dirty waste disposal units, reports Tina Andersen.

Filed in: Fishing Indigenous Peoples Mining Norway

Benny Wenda: ‘West Papuans are living in a prison’

Mischa Wilmers talks to the exiled leader of the Free West Papua movement about his lifelong struggle for justice.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples Indonesia Land West Papua

‘Our language is our soul’: saving Aymara

Alexia Kalaitzi on the fight to digitally preserve this indigenous American tongue.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples Language

Welcome to Kaurna country

In the Adelaide plains, one Aboriginal language is enjoying an unlikely revival, explains Katrina Power.

Filed in: Australia Indigenous Peoples Language

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