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"Zarte Bande – Mensch und Tier 2015" - the new picture calendar of the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) delights with very special images. You can almost feel the wing beat of the golden eagle that rises into the air of Mongolia. The caution with which a Bishnoi in northern India holds a newborn Antilope in his hands shows his compassion for the orphaned baby animal. The Dinka in southern Sudan with their Zebu cattle, the Bakhtiari with their goats in the Iranian Zagros Mountains, a Native American woman on her Mustang in Wyoming, a young Tibetan monk with his kitten and an elephant swimming in the Ocean at the Andaman Islands together with his keeper – the large-format color photographs on the pages for each month are surprising, touching, stirring.

On the back of the pages, you will find profound, entertaining and exciting expert reports on the relationship between mankind and animals in different cultures.

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 Our protest in pictures 
Our human rights protest in pictures
Only trade? No change? Demanding Human Rights in China
October 16, 2014

On October 10, 2014, on occasion of the 3rd German-Chinese government consultations in Berlin, we demonstrated together with the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) in front of the Federal Chancellery in order to draw attention to the human rights situation in China.



September 2014

The Aboriginals Peoples in Australia have no common law! They have simply been ousted!

Demand from the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Mr. Kamalesh Sharma to make his weight felt for the Aboriginal Peoples in Australia!

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Obstructing international aid organizations is a crime against humanity – Europe's criticism is not insistent enough
Sudan: EU foreign ministers demand free access to conflict areas for humanitarian aid workers
(Press Release)

October 21, 2014

The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) accuses the government of Sudan of violating international laws by blocking humanitarian supplies for the civilian population in the conflict regions of South Kordofan and the Blue Nile. It is a crime against humanity that the Sudanese authorities have been obstructing aid supplies for the more than a million needy people for more than three years.

Hope for the Christian population, but reconciliation must also include Papuans and Moluccans!
Indonesia: New president calls for reconciliation!
(Press Release)

October 20, 2014

Today – on occasion of his inauguration in Jakarta – the new Indonesian president Joko Widodo called for a national reconciliation in the south-east Asian country. The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) welcomes this decision and hopes that the situation of the distressed Christians and the Ahmadiyya Muslims in Indonesia will change for the better.

German companies were involved in producing poison gas for Iraq
Saddam Hussein's poison gas in the hands of the IS?
(Press Release)

October 16, 2014

According to reports from the Middle East, Saddam Hussein's poison gas could be in the hands of the terrorist militia IS, as the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung quoted the New York Times on Thursday. The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) emphasizes the fact that German companies were involved in the production of the chemical weapons which Saddam Hussein used to commit a terrible massacre in the Iraqi Kurdish city of Halabja.

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