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Protect the Uncontacted: Peru’s Plan for Isolated Peoples
Peru is planning a "controlled contact" effort to communicate with the Mashco-Piro, a voluntary isolated people, that has been unexpectedly appearing in other indigenous communitie...
After Contact, Isolated Groups Recover—But at High Cost
For half a millennium, contact with outsiders has meant death for indigenous groups living in isolation in the Amazon forest, but a new study from Brazil shows that some of those g...
Worldwide Protests Demand Protection for Peru's Uncontacted Tribes
In cities around the world today, Survival International supporters held protests outside Peruvian embassies and consulates – seeking an end to the deadly expansion of the Camisea ...
Amazon Indigenous Groups Fight New Law That Would Allow Foreign Companies on Their Land
It has been said that oil and gas companies follow a bible of sorts here in the jungles of Peru, a universal playbook of their most effective methods for convincing locals that a p...
Isolated Mashco-Piro Tribe Sightings Come With a Risk
A clan of Mashco-Piro Indians, a small tribe of previously isolated Amazon Indians in Peru, have been appearing along the riverbank in Madre de Dios with a message to tourists and ...
Findings Shed Light on Amazon’s Lost World
On January 14, the New York Times published a story on land carvings discovered in the far western reaches of the Brazilian Amazon...
Uncontacted Tribes Facing Annihilation Without Protection
When a photographer flying over the Amazon rain forest shot footage of naked adults and children in a jungle clearing, their bodies painted red and black, the images grabbed attent...
Uncontacted Tribe in Brazil Missing After Drug Traffickers Invade Area
The Brazilian government sent security forces to a remote area near the border with Peru after armed men attacked a guard post set up to protect indigenous people living in isolati...
Uncontacted Tribe in Brazil Missing
An uncontacted Indian Tribe, that was first discovered earlier this year, has since vanished from the jungles of the Brazilian Amazon in which they lived according to the New York ...
Nomadic Indigenous Groups Threatened in New Regulations
After protests from indigenous and human rights groups, the Peruvian government took a step back from proposed new regulations that critics say would threaten nomadic indigenous gr...
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