Brazil Supreme Court backs indigenous land demarcation in long-running case
Litigation over demarcation of the land, including territory around the Xingu National Park, had been ongoing for more than twenty years
Bushmen evicted from ancestral land appeal to Dalai Lama ahead of Botswana visit
Hundreds of Bushmen were evicted from their ancestral homelands in the name of conservation
India's tribals at loggerheads with new tree-planting policy, say campaigners
"Tree plantation policies incentivise forest officials to commit atrocities against tribal and other forest dweller"
INTERVIEW-Engaging with indigenous people benefits business, environment - U.N. expert
"There is really a great misconception and misunderstanding that enforcing indigenous peoples' rights is usually an obstacle to national development"
Indigenous man who lived on tree for two years in India given land for home
More than a fifth of India's 1.3 billion people were expected to benefit from the 2006 Forest Rights Act covering vast areas of forest land
Rural Amazon violence rises amid bureaucratic mess over land titles
With no clear proof of land ownership, small farmers in Amazonas state are being violently forced from their homes by powerful ranchers
Chile's President asks forgiveness from indigenous Mapuche
"We've failed as a country," President Bachelet said
Actors join campaign to protect world's uncontacted tribes
"I'm helping to defend uncontacted tribes' rights for their future, for nature and for all humanity"
Brazil farm lobby seeks to dismantle indigenous affairs agency
The National Indian Foundation has sought to protect tribes by guaranteeing their land, putting it in conflict with farmers as production moves deeper into the Amazon rainforest.
Tokyo urged to stop using cheap timber in centrepiece Olympic stadium
"Our wish is that this petition be accepted by Japan and that they stop importing timber from Sarawak that encroaches the land of the Penan and indigenous people"