The Punan Batu, the Last Hunters and Gatherers in Kalimantan, Finally Recognized as Indigenous Peoples
The hunter-gatherer tribes who still live nomadically in Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan, are finally being recognized as customary law communities.
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BULUNGAN, KOMPAS - Punan Batu residing in the Benau Sajau forest, Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan, have finally been recognized as customary law communities. This recognition from the Bulungan Regency government will serve as a foundation for protecting the living space and culture of the last active hunter-gatherer community in Kalimantan.