In a historic referendum, people in Ecuador have voted to block oil drilling on uncontacted tribes’ land in the Yasuní National Park.
Authorities in Brazil have launched a major operation to remove thousands of illegal goldminers from the Yanomami territory in the north of the country.
Pereira, who was murdered alongside British journalist Dom Phillips, planned to lead an Indigenous delegation 2,500km across Brazil to learn from veteran fellow defenders
First Nation leaders are set to meet with bosses from Scotland’s largest museum for talks on the repatriation of a historic totem pole stolen from modern-day British Columbia almost a century ago.
In north-western New Mexico, traditional Indigenous farming methods are being passed down to protect against the effects of climate crisis
Indigenous peoples in the Arctic are joining with scientists to rewild degraded peatlands
Rainforests looked after by communities absorb twice as much carbon as other lands, analysis shows
We recently witnessed the desecration of a Shinnecock Indian ancestor’s grave, when a skull, bones, and 18th Century glass bottle were unearthed during the construction of a home just five minutes from our reservation…
Easter Island’s indigenous people have asked Chile’s government to help them recover a unique Moai statue removed 150 years ago and now kept in the British Museum in London…