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Displaced tribal children stuck in Manila’s lockdown

Social distancing is almost impossible in refugee camps and centers because the situation and location are preventing people to do so

Malaysian indigenous people again bear the brunt of development

In Perak, the Semai people's graveyards are bulldozed, while they are ordered to tear down their own homes in the name of progress

Who is indigenous? Millions may be denied land in India’s Assam...

Indigenous people in India are entitled to special rights and protections, including over land and resources

Indigenous people left landless as traditional farming wanes in northeast India

Critics say repurposing land for plantations, mines, and other infrastructure projects causing spike in poverty and landlessness

Did SEA Games organizers award themselves?

During the Games’ opening ceremonies, the words ‘Kyrie eleison’ or ‘Lord Have Mercy’ were set to tribal peoples' music

Philippine Church marks year of ‘inter-religious dialogue’

Church leaders said dialogue should bring about new ways of understanding

Malaysia’s indigenous people in David v Goliath struggle for survival

Orang Asli fight for their land in the face of loggers, developers and an indifferent govt

Some indigenous Ainu not onboard as Japan builds ‘ethnic harmony’ tribute

New museum complex mostly meant to burnish Japan's international standing ahead of the Olympics, some Ainu believe

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