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Survival International Announces Winners of First-Ever Photographic Competition

Survival International
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September 17, 2014
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Striking portrait of an Asurini do Tocantins man, the winning entry of Survival International's 45th anniversary photo competition. (Giordano Cipriani/Survival International)

Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights, is delighted to announce the twelve winning entries of its first-ever photographic competition, held to mark the organization’s 45th anniversary. The winning photograph by Giordano Cipriani is a stunning portrait of an Asurini do Tocantins man in the Brazilian Amazon.

The winning entries give an insight into the incredible diversity and unique ways of life of tribal and indigenous peoples around the world. The photographs feature, among others, the long-distance running Tarahumara in Mexico, the bull-jumping Hamer in Ethiopia, and the mountain-dwelling Igorot in the Philippines.

One of the runners-up: In Chihuahua, Mexico, a Tarahumara Indian is dressed as a Matachines dancer – from “The Dance of the Moors and the Christians” – during the San Guadalupe pilgrimage in Nararachi village. (David Ducoin/Survival International)

The eleven runners-up are:
• Fabien Astre (photo of Mentawai, Indonesia);
• Diego Barrero (photo of Surma, Omo Valley Ethiopia);
• Arman E Barbuco (photo of Igorot, Philippines);
• Christian Declerq (photo of Willoq community, Peru);
• David Ducoin (photo of Tarahumara, Mexico);
• Nicolas Marino Arch (photo of Tibetan, Tibet);
• Andrew Newey (photo of Adi, India);
• Partha Pratim (photo of Santhal, India);
• Johann Rousselot (photo of Kondh, India);
• Sarah Sandring (photo of Innu, Canada);
• Salvatore Valente (photo of Hamer, Omo Valley Ethiopia).

View a slideshow of the winning entries

Read the rest at Survival International

  Check out Survival International: Uncontacted Tribes


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