Land Grabs and the Cost of Mining in Mongolia
By Elena Gordillo
Considerations about local people’s well-being should be at the forefront of all ongoing and new mining project developments.
Not Guilty Verdict in Police Murder Case Shines Light on Injustices Facing Australia’s Indigenous People
By Dechlan Brennan
In the past 20 years, over 500 Indigenous people have died in police or other official custody. Not a single officer has ever faced jail time for causing such a death.
Coal Mining and Indigenous Communities in India: Conflict or Co-optation?
By Itay Noy
The story of Karampot illustrates how local politics around mining can ultimately result not in resistance but, rather, participation in the economy of resource extraction.
Mother Tongue: Preserving the Saura Language in India
By Abhijit Mohanty
Cultivation of indigenous languages is an imperative in ensuring tribal identities are not erased -- in India, and elsewhere.
Indigenous Communities in Myanmar Take Action Against Top-Down Conservation
By Anirudha Nagar
Why the Karen people are fighting against the $21 million UNDP “Ridge to Reef” project.
The Orang Asli: Fighting for Ancestral Land in Malaysia
By Alexandra Radu
Malaysia’s indigenous tribes are trying to lay modern claims to lands their people have lived on for centuries.
The Philippines’ China Dam Controversy
By David Green
The Kaliwa Dam Project, a centerpiece of the BRI in the Philippines, faces steep opposition from indigenous peoples.
The Mlabri of Northern Thailand
By Sascha Richter
One of Thailand's smallest ethnic groups makes the transition from nomadic to settled life.
The Fight to Save Indonesia’s Forests
By Dana Maclean
Indigenous Dayak communities are in a battle to preserve ancestral forests.