Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Amazon-Expedition-Deni-Demarcation-27MZIFPX6LI.htmlConceptually similarAmazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0GA7Completed★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0HS6Completed★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0Y56Completed★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0U6SCompleted★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0ALMCompleted★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP015WBCompleted★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0FRZCompleted★★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP016TPCompleted★★★★Amazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGP0GA6Completed★★★★View AllGP0Q9DAmazon Expedition Deni DemarcationGreenpeace helped the Deni people to demarcate the areas that officially belong to them. The official demarcation process was to protect the homelands of the Deni Indian in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon. SETAG employees taking the official marks (signals) to the forest to begin the official demarcation of the land, which will be identified by clear signage and a visible border that will encompass over 1500 square kilometres of the Brazilian Amazon, and render the Deni lands legally defensible. SETAG company, engaged by FUNAI (National Indigenous Foundation, a government agency), is in charge of the demarcation.Locations:Amazon-Brazil-South AmericaDate:13 May, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Flavio CannalongaMaximum size:2479px X 3693pxRestrictions:IMAGES OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN BRAZIL MUST NOT BE USED FOR FUNDRAISING PURPOSES OR GIVEN TO THIRD PARTIES. ANY MEDIA USAGE MUST BE DONE UNDER PRIOR AUTHORIZATION BY GREENPEACE BRAZIL.Keywords:Boats-Construction-Day-Deni Indians-Forests (campaign title)-Huts-Indigenous People-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-SETAGShoot:Amazon Deni Demarcation Documentation in BrazilShots include various Deni people who took part in the demarcation expedition, Deni hands holding one of the signs of the Brazilian Government legally recognizing their rights over their traditional territory, SETAG employees walking in the Amazon Rainforest towards the initial point of the official demarcation of the Deni Indian land. SETAG company, engaged by FUNAI (National Indigenous Foundation, a government agency), is in charge of the demarcation.