The government's attempt to eradicate the travelling way of life
Elly Robson explores the deliberate criminalisation of the travelling way of life by Britian's coalition government.
In China's Inner Mongolia, mining spells misery for traditional herders
China's relentless drive for minerals is wreaking havoc on pastoral lifestyles.
Indonesia's last nomadic sea gypsies
Vanishing stocks from dynamite fishing and cyanide threatens centuries-old culture of Sulawesi's gypsy sea people.
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Nomadic Empires, sometimes also called Steppe Empires, Central or Inner Asian Empires, are the empires erected by the bow wielding, horse riding, Eurasian nomads, from Classical Antiquity (Scythia) to...
Tsunami, 10 years on: the sea nomads who survived the devastation
Thailand's indigenous sea gypsies predicted the waves that swept their villages away in 2004, and most of them escaped unharmed. Now they are facing a new threat to their centuries-old way of life: to...