There are more than 100 uncontacted tribes around the world, and they’re the most vulnerable peoples on Earth.
They avoid contact with outsiders, and are the guardians of the most biodiverse places on the planet. If their lands are protected they not only survive, but thrive.
But around the world their lands are being invaded and stolen – for cattle ranching, logging, oil drilling and mining – while missionaries and governments attempt to forcibly make contact with them.
As a result, whole populations are being wiped out by genocidal violence, and by diseases like flu and measles to which they have no immunity.
Join our call for governments to protect the lands of uncontacted tribes, so they can survive and determine their own futures.
“I stand for the right of uncontacted tribes to survive, and for their lands to be protected.”
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