Honduras

Berta Caceres murder trial to begin despite family's doubts

Trial of 8 men accused of killing the rights activist to begin as family and others criticise Honduras's investigation.

Indigenous rights

Brazil's Pankararu finally win land rights, but fight isn't over

Indigenous group in Brazil's Sertao region wins land rights, but says it faces threats from soon-to-be evicted settlers.

Brazil's Pankararu finally win land rights, but fight isn't over

Latin America

Indigenous communities crippled in Argentina amid economic crisis

The crises is affecting the poor in every possible way, and while the government tries to contain the impact, for some it is already too late.

Indigenous rights

Court quashes Canada's approval of contentious pipeline

Future of $5bn project in limbo after court rules Canada failed to adequately consult Indigenous people.

Trans Mountain: Court quashes approval of contentious pipeline

US & Canada

What does it mean to be from a US territory?

AJ+ travels to Guam to speak to residents about voting rights, SPAM, and their history of colonisation.

Guam: What it means to be from a US territory

Indigenous rights

What does an indigenous superhero look like?

We speak to a new wave of comic book artists about why representation matters.

What does an indigenous superhero look like?

Environment

Palm oil threatens indigenous life in Malaysia

Growing demand for palm oil is depleting forests as the Orang Asli tribe fights for its rights.

Palm oil threatens indigenous life in Malaysia

Africa

Indigenous Filipino encourages empowerment through education

Thursday is International Day of the World's Indigenous People, a day that raises awareness of issues indigenous communities face, including poverty and discrimination.

Opinion

Under fire: the perpetual US war on Native Americans

On the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, Native Americans have little to cheer about.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

Aboriginal Australians

What's behind high Aboriginal youth suicide rates?

Pat Dudgeon explains why suicide rates among young Aboriginals are so high and what can be done to stem the tide.

What's behind high Aboriginal youth suicide rates?

Human Rights

The troubling reasons why indigenous languages are lost

The massacre of tribal peoples and colonial thinking lead to loss of identity, says Survival International researcher.

Indigenous Peoples Day: What can be done to save dying languages?

Australia

Could Australia soon recognise sovereigns other than the Queen?

It's the last ex-British colony to not ratify a treaty with its First Nations people, but that may be changing.

Could Australia soon recognise sovereigns other than the Queen?

Opinion

Saving tigers, killing people

States are evicting and murdering Indigenous people in the guise of biodiversity conservation.

Souparna Lahiri

by Souparna Lahiri

Souparna Lahiri

First Nations

Billboards celebrate indigenous women's resilience in Canada

Fifty First Nations, Inuit and Metis women artists will have their work on display on billboards across Canada.

Billboards celebrate indigenous women's resilience in Canada

Witness

A Cold War Family Reunion

Long after the Cold War and decades of separation, a Native American tribe plans a reunion.