Additional funding is needed to support development of indigenous peoples’ lives.
The 4 indigenous Montagnards who fled to the Kingdom from Vietnam have returned.
A large part of the lives of indigenous people in Cambodia remains unknown to the public. Interested people usually try to understand them through studying their “unique” traditional rituals and life events.
The deaths in Canada of more than a thousand aboriginal women and girls in recent decades was a national genocide, a government inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women concluded in a report on Monday.
Cambodia is home to numerous indigenous groups.
A black superhero action flick. A film about an indigenous maid in Mexico. A portrayal of a gay, immigrant rock star. Spike Lee’s first Oscar.
The north bank of Melbourne’s Yarra River is dotted with a series of Aboriginal-made art installations. The eel-shaped winding paths, the metal shields and the message sticks are a reminder of the original inhabitants of this part of Australia.
Nearly 20 indigenous Chong people petition to ask speed up their registration.
Brazilian authorities expel illegal loggers from a remote area of the Amazon.
The suspected killing of an American missionary on a remote Indian island has sparked calls to better protect indigenous people from increasing pressure to free up their land for tourism, mines and highways.
An indigenous group in Ratanakkiri is concerned over illegal chemical fertilisers.
Indigenous people in Mondulkiri are enjoying a second source of income.
Kuoy Indigenous are concerned of a man threatening to cut down their resin trees.
Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh’s luxury boutique hotel, held an appreciation night for all its valued partners and customers on October 26, Friday.
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Indigenous people in Mondulkiri province’s Keo Seima district yesterday expressed concern over logging activities in the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary, which they claim is allowed by some commune authorities.
Northeastern Indigenous people raise concern over wildlife sanctuaries that could be affected by the set up of new provinces.
Organisations representing indigenous groups call to recognise their communities.
Community-based tourism has served to bolster cultural identity in Bolivia.
Two organisations aiming to restore indigenous land express concern over land in Preah Vihear province.
When aboriginal tribesman Yuming A-von got his first taste of Taiwan’s ancient archery tradition he was dismayed to see indigenous people using bows and arrows from other cultures.
The Cambodia Indigenous People’s Democracy Party vows to defend rights of minorities and protect their lands.
Indigenous families in Kbal Romeas village who were displaced last year by flooding have been given new homes.
About 200 Bunong indigenous people plan to hold a ceremony in Mondulkiri.
Over 100 families in Thma Baing request recognition of the Chong indigenous people.
Prey Lang Network cancels an annual ceremony over fear of harassment.
Savadi Yon, 26 years old, is employed as a secondary midwife at the Samaki Health Centre in O Chum district, in Cambodia’s remote north-eastern province of Ratanakiri.
Nearly 400 members of the Prey Lang Community Network will hold the annual Prey Lang ceremony in late March.
Families forced to relocate away the Lower Sesan II Dam ask authorities to register their new village as indigenous collective lands.
The Asian Peasant Coalition has strongly condemned the intensifying repression and land grabbing by a Chinese company.