PRE-RELEASE UPDATE - YOU CAN RENT & WATCH "OUR FORGOTTEN SOULS" narrated by Donald Sutherland RIGHT NOW. By renting the film, you fuel the campaign to spread the petition to protect the Jarawa people. Click on the picture below.

WHO ARE THE JARAWAS?

The Jarawa are the most ancient people in the world, the last descendants of the early humans. They left Africa to Asia 70,000 years ago and they still live today on the Andaman Islands in India. There are no more than 480 left of them. 

Time is running out! The Jarawas will soon be wiped out. They are victims of a human zoo, a photo safari organized by the Indian army on the Andaman Islands. Twice a day, under threat of armed guards, they are forced to stand on a road to be photographed by tourists, like animals in a zoo!

We have We created the JARAWAS Foundation and launched a petition to end this abomination. We have gathered 275 000 signature so far.

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OUR ACTION : Last December, we've sent 72,252 emails to the french speaking people in Europe and USA

OUR ACTION : Last December, we've sent 72,252 emails to the french speaking people in Europe and USA

Last December, we've sent 72,252 emails to petition signatories in France, Switzerland and Belgium. This cost us 500€. 15131 people read the email. 1325 people clicked on the link to make a donation. 12 people made a donation for a total of 390€. This money will be used to send...

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Why it is important to change the way we organize ourselves.

Why it is important to change the way we organize ourselves.

 The Jarawas live in an egalitarian world, with no relationship of domination between men and women. Among the Jarawas, individuals thrive fully within the group and each develops his or her own abilities. Collective action is essential. There is no action more important than others. Each one listens to the...

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Unlike the Jarawas, our societies prevent us from sharing happiness.

Unlike the Jarawas, our societies prevent us from sharing happiness.

We are like the Jarawas, social beings. We need to communicate, to share with others. Unless we are devoid of empathy, we know that, as with the Jarawas, everyone's happiness depends on collective happiness. It is urgent to relearn how to live together and organize our societies with the common...

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