As many as 15 tribes of uncontacted people live a precarious existence in the remote Peruvian Amazon. Oil and gas near Machu Picchu has led to devastating consequences for the area's indigenous population. But a recently-launched campaign aims to encourage tourists visiting Machu Picchu to pressure the Peruvian government to advocate on behalf of the threatened people.
A road at the center of a "human safari" scandal in India’s Andaman Islands is still open, 10 years after that country’s supreme court ordered it closed. The road is used for "human safaris," which promise tourists the chance to "spot" members of the rarely seen Jarawa tribe, as if they were zoo animals.
In his new book, Tribal Peoples, Stephen Corry challenges popular assumptions about the world's indigenous. The director of Survival International, Stephen has spent the past 40 years promoting and popularizing tribal people's rights.