New Internationalist

Indigenous Peoples

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Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature and Knowledge

Few in the West truly have the gift to stand outside the dominant cultural assumptions about science, economics, nature and technology. Fortunately, we can read Vandana Shiva.

Filed in: Agriculture Biotech Environment Globalization Indigenous Peoples Technology Trade

The dead tell tales

Sarah Elton urges that Guatemala’s peaceful martyrs must not be forgotten.

Filed in: Conflict Guatemala History Human Rights Indigenous Peoples Violence

Zenilda da Silva Vilacio

Janet Smith visits a determined indigenous woman fighting for the rights of women and of her people in the Brazilian Amazon.

Filed in: Activism Brazil Human Rights Indigenous Peoples Minorities Women

Coolungar thieves

Graeme Dixon’s poem recounts the horrible legacy of Australia’s forced resettlement programme for Aboriginal children.

Filed in: Australia Children Human Rights Indigenous Peoples Poetry

Invasion of the frog–snatchers

US bioprospecters are cashing in on Ecuador’s natural resources prompting calls for regulation and compensation.

Filed in: Ecuador Indigenous Peoples Law Pharmaceuticals

The stolen ones

The cries of thousands of Aboriginal Australians who were kidnapped by the state have been stifled. Now Tjalaminu Mia tells her own story.

Filed in: Australia Children Human Rights Indigenous Peoples Minorities Race

Calvin Klein and the tea pickers

From Gudalur to Gloucester, some unusual alliances are being forged, reports Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples Minorities Poverty

Endpiece

Filed in: Canada Indigenous Peoples Military

  • June 5, 1998
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