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© The Jarawas Foundation

By joining the Jarawas foundation:

- You are committed to stop the human zoo.
- You are committed to make the cause of the Jarawas known so that they can continue to live as they wish.
- You are committed to share the petition with your friends, colleagues, family and women and men of goodwill.

In return:

- You will receive a campaign kit to communicate and share with your friends, family, on your blog or facebook, wherever you think it is useful.
- You will receive activity reports on a very regular basis.
- You will be involved in making decisions about the campaign strategy
- You attend the Annual General Meeting to work together to find and implement the best solutions to advance the Jarawa cause.
- You will decide by voting on how the donations will be used.

All advice, opinions, points of view, ideas, criticisms, are welcome. All members will be able to exchange and debate among themselves on the association's private forum.


- A mission to raise awareness, by obtaining as many signatures as possible for the petition, by campaigning in the media and on social networks, with public and governmental institutions, organizations and NGOs.

- A mission of representation and legal action to have the fundamental rights of the Jarawas and Afro-Asian peoples of the Andaman Islands recognized: the right to land, the right to self-determination, human and citizens' rights, in India and in the world, with governmental institutions and governments, at the UN and take legal action if necessary.

- A unifying mission to bring together indigenous peoples and their organizations around a common project, an encyclopedia in the form of films, photos, texts and testimonies. The aim is to gather around the Jarawas, the original lifestyles of the first humans and share this knowledge with the general public.

- An educational mission to schools, colleges, high schools and universities to promote the Jarawas and their way of life.


We met the Jarawas and with their permission we made a documentary film "Our Forgotten Souls" to make their people and their cause known. We have launched a petition to protect them that has gathered more than 270,000 signatures but we want to do more. Because there is an urgent need for the Jarawas and other Afro-Asian peoples, the Onges and the Sentinels. Their ethnocide is ongoing and organized by the Indian government. Watch the video.

We created the JARAWAS foundation to bring together people of good will to help us campaign for their protection, to have their rights recognized and to transmit their humanist and universal message of peace and harmony.

Thanks a lot

Claire Beilvert, Head of campaign

Alexandre Dereims, Campaigner