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Between 26-28 May, people across the world came to the streets and ran, cycled, danced and walked — for tribes, for nature, for all humanity. More than a hundred people joined us to raise awareness of the struggles of Indigenous peoples, and raise funds for vital campaigns that fight for their survival.

Move for Survival is over for this year, but if you're ready for your next challenge - join us at next year's London Marathon in April 2024. If you’re interested in securing your place and running for Survival, email us at [email protected]

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Survival President Robin Hanbury-Tenison and Nixiwaka of the Amazon’s Yawanawa people after completing the London Marathon. © Survival International

About Survival 

There are more than one hundred and fifty million people in over sixty countries living in tribal societies. They’re mostly self-sufficient and depend on their land for their health and wellbeing. To tribal peoples, land is life. 

They are the best guardians of the natural world, but they experience appalling racism and genocidal violence. Their lands and resources are stolen for profit and their ways of life are being deliberately and systematically destroyed.

Survival’s campaigning work helps ensure tribal peoples’ rights are upheld, pressuring governments to respect their human and land rights, exposing engineered land grabs, and providing a platform through our Tribal Voice project for them to speak out to the world.

Further information

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Shane (North America) and Simonas (UK and rest of the world) by emailing [email protected]

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