I am not too sure where there are "tribal" or "indigenous" peoples in every part of the world, but what I am thinking about are:
- Native American tribal lands in the United States.
- South American tribes in the Amazon areas.
- Other potentially non-Amazonian South American tribes (not sure about this, but I think I remember learning about Argentinian tribes).
- Australian Aboriginal tribes
- Central/Southern African Bushman tribes.
- Canadian Aboriginal tribes (Inuit/Eskimo are all I barely know of)
- Papua New Guinea (though not sure they have lands)
Those are the only tribal peoples I am somewhat introduced with.
What I would like to see, but am unfamiliar with whether or not tribes (so to speak) exist in these areas, are in these areas:
- Central American tribes (maybe Mayan, Zapotec, Aztec are considered tribal and have lands).
- Japan, etc.
- India, etc.
- Other parts of Africa, etc.
- Papua New Guinea
- Northern Russia/Tundra areas (Caucasians I think, though not sure if they consider themselves tribes with tribal lands).
Basically I am wondering if any data (shapefiles specifically) exist on the lands of these (potentially) tribal/indigenous peoples. I have found a complete map of tribal lands for the United States, but not for the other ones I listed in the first list, nor these potential tribal groups I listed afterwards.
This looked promising but the link doesn't seem good.