Empty dresses spotlight N.American violence 'epidemic' against native women
More than four in five Native American women have experienced violence in their lifetime and thousands are missing
Are campaigners putting planetary concerns before people?
Indigenous communities are protectors of forest, yet they are being forced out by groups including environmental campaigners
Indigenous land activist shot dead in Costa Rica
Sergio Rojas, who had survived at least one previous assassination attempt, was shot at his home in the indigenous territory of Salitre
The value of native title in Australia
Australia's landmark decision to recognise the spiritual attachment of indigenous people to their land, will make further compensation claims likely
Visible or invisible? That's the question for land data
'With indigenous communities, the importance of keeping a place sacred is keeping it secret'
Brazil govt kickstarts efforts to mine indigenous reserves -official
Brazil's government wants to enact rules that allow mining in indigenous reserves, which occupy 13 percent of the country's territory
Cook Islands wants to wipe colonial name off South Pacific map
'It is time that we stood proud in our own name, chosen by us, for us and in our own language'
FEATURE-'No to the mine' - Mexico's Indians fight to stop mining on ancestral land
The case dates back to 2003 when Almaden Minerals' local arm, Minera Gavilan, was awarded a 27,000-acre tract in Puebla state
Govt plea sees India's top court halt eviction of millions of forest-dwellers
A growing population and increasing demand for industrial projects are placing greater stress on land in India
Protests flare in India at eviction of a million forest families
Activists say federal and state governments have for decades diluted land rights for indigenous people