For generations, the Kondh of Orissa, in India, have lived on a fertile mountain which they revere as a god. But since the arrival in 2008 of a British aluminium refinery, their land has been poisoned and the villagers imprisoned. Now, the tribes people are making what could be their last stand, writes Bianca Jagger.
See also:
Undermining Human Rights in the Name of Development
and Bianca Jagger: Crimes Against The Future
Bianca  Jagger is a human rights, social justice and climate change advocate.
She is Founder and Chair of the Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation and a Council of Europe Goodwill Ambassador.