Founded in 1972, Cultural Survival is a group dedicated to preserving and advocating for Indigenous cultural rights around the globe. Through the use of media, Cultural Survival is able to connect people with advocacy solutions. They are also able to help Indigenous groups to understand that they are not alone in their struggle, that this is a world wide problem.
The people of Cultural Survival are using many means to help empower Indigenous communtities. They provide quarterly publications with the latest information, provide training and support for Indigenous leaders to participate in various UN events, facilitate dialogues between various groups, they produce media in the form of both radio and video, created by Indigenous people for indigenous people, provide resources, and a wide variety of other services.
From Cambodia to Ethiopia and even Russia, the Cultural Survival project is working very hard to protect the rights of Indigenous people around the world.