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December 24, 2014



The STP team wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 Our new calendar has arrived! 
2015

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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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 CURRENT PRESS RELEASE 
A law-farce in Mauritania: human rights activists about to be sentenced in summary proceedings
Anti-slavery activists in court for protests
(Press Release)

  
December 18, 2014

The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) accuses the Mauritanian government and judiciary of sentencing human rights activists in unfair trials. The anti-slavery activist Biram Dah Abeid – who was detained since mid-November 2014 – and seven of his fellow campaigners is to be trialed on Thursday, on short notice.

President Obama, please put an end to the ordeal of Leonard Peltier! Pardon the seriously ill Native American civil rights activist!
Upcoming: the traditional "Christmas Pardon"
(Press Release)

  
December 17, 2014

On Wednesday, the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) sent an urgent appeal to US-President Barack Obama, asking him to use this year's traditional "Christmas Pardon" to release the seriously ill imprisoned Native American civil rights activist Leonard Peltier. We hope that President Obama will consider our request with special care.
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