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Peru urged to ban oil firms from isolated indigenous peoples' land

06.10.2017
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Indigenous leaders say operations in the remote Amazon violate rights and risk fatal epidemicsThere are more indigenous peoples living in "isolation" in Peru than any country in the world except Brazil. All live in the Amazon - the majority in poorly-protected reserves, or areas where reserves have been proposed but never established, or "protected natural areas" such as national parks.For years indigenous federations and other civil society organisations in Peru and abroad have worked for the territories of indigenous peoples in "isolation" to be made off-limits, citing Peruvian and international laws, emphasising their rights to self-determination, and stressing their vulnerability to contact because of their lack of immunological defences and the risk of epidemics and fatalities. The biggest dangers - in terms of outsiders entering their territories, exploiting resources and/or actively seeking contact - are oil and gas companies, loggers and logging roads, narco-traffickers, evangelical missionaries, Catholic priests, artisanal miners and highways. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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