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2013: A Year of Successes in the Indigenous World

December 30th, 2013
topics:Humans
org:Survival International
located in:India, Ethiopia
tags:indigenous people, Survival International

Survival International has compiled a photo gallery of the year's highlights in the indigenous world.

From the suspension of mining concessions in Colombia to the Dongria Kondh’s unanimous rejection of a bauxite mine in India and Vanity Fair’s coverage of the Earth’s most threatened tribe, there were reasons for tribal peoples to celebrate in 2013.

Survival International has compiled a photo gallery of the year's highlights in the indigenous world.

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January 2013: Survival International’s campaign to stop ‘human safaris’ in India’s Andaman Islands gained an important victory, after the Supreme Court banned tourists from traveling along the road which cuts through the Jarawa reserve.  By March 2013, however, the Supreme Court had reversed this interim order; Survival has continued to campaign for the road to be closed.
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