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Data for financial year ending 31 December 2017

Survival International Charitable Trust

  • Income

    £2.3M

  • Spending

    £1.2M

  • Status

    Up-to-date

Charity no. 267444 Company no. 1056317

Contact details

Public address

  • 6 Charterhouse Buildings, London, EC1M 7ET

Aims & activities

We help tribal peoples defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures.

What the charity does

  • Education/training
  • The prevention or relief of poverty
  • Environment/conservation/heritage
  • Human rights/religious or racial harmony/equality or diversity
  • Other charitable purposes

Who the charity helps

  • People of a particular ethnic or racial origin
  • The general public/mankind

How the charity works

  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Sponsors or undertakes research
  • Other charitable activities

Income and Endowments:

£2.3M

* £16.3K investment gains(losses)

Expenditure:

£1.2M

Assets and liabilities

  • £775.8K Own use assets
  • £1.6M Long term investments
  • £0.0K Defined benefit pension scheme asset or liability
  • £3.4M Other assets
  • £126.0K Total liabilities
Financial history
Compliance history

Fundraising

Raises funds from the Public

Trading

This charity has one or more trading subsidiaries

Gift aid

Recognised by HMRC for gift aid

Charitable spending ratios

46%
91%
49%

Charitable objects

3. THE COMPANY IS ESTABLISHED FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT WITH THE FOLLOWING OBJECTS: (1) TO PROMOTE GOOD RACE RELATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT BETWEEN INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS PEOPLES BY ENDEAVOURING TO ELIMINATE DISCRIMINATION ON THE GROUNDS OF RACE, NATIONALITY OR ETHNIC OR NATIONAL ORIGINS. (2) TO RELIEVE POVERTY MALNUTRITION AND ILL HEALTH AMONG INDIGENOUS PEOPLES. (3) TO PROMOTE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (AS SET OUT IN THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUBSEQUENT UNITED NATIONS CONVENTIONS AND DECLARATIONS INCLUDING ILO CONVENTIONS 107 AND 169) BY ALL OR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MEANS: MONITORING ABUSES OF HUMAN RIGHTS; OBTAINING REDRESS FOR THE VICTIMS OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE; RELIEVING NEED AMONG THE VICTIMS OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE; RESEARCH INTO HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES; EDUCATING THE PUBLIC ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS; PROVIDING TECHNICAL ADVICE TO GOVERNMENT AND OTHERS ON HUMAN RIGHTS MATTERS; CONTRIBUTING TO THE SOUND ADMINISTRATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW; COMMENTING ON PROPOSED HUMAN RIGHTS LEGISLATION; RAISING AWARENESS OF HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES; PROMOTING PUBLIC SUPPORT OF HUMAN RIGHTS; PROMOTING RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AMONG INDIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS; INTERNATIONAL ADVOCACY OF HUMAN RIGHTS; ELIMINATING INFRINGEMENTS OF HUMAN RIGHTS. IN FURTHERANCE OF THAT OBJECT BUT NOT OTHERWISE, THE TRUSTEES SHALL HAVE POWER TO ENGAGE IN POLITICAL ACTIVITY PROVIDED THAT THE TRUSTEES ARE SATISFIED THAT THE PROPOSED ACTIVITIES WILL FURTHER THE PURPOSES OF THE CHARITY TO AN EXTENT JUSTIFIED BY THE RESOURCES COMMITTED AND THE ACTIVITY IS NOT THE DOMINANT MEANS BY WHICH THE CHARITY CARRIES OUT ITS OBJECTS. (4) TO PROMOTE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH INTO THE HISTORY, INSTITUTIONS AND WAYS OF LIFE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND TO PUBLISH AND DISSEMINATE THE RESULTS OF THAT RESEARCH. (5) TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT SUCH OTHER CHARITABLE PURPOSES FOR PUBLIC BENEFIT PERTAINING TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AS THE TRUSTEES SHALL THINK FIT. 3A THE EXPRESSION INDIGENOUS PEOPLES SHALL MEAN: (1) TRIBAL PEOPLES WHOSE SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS DISTINGUISH THEM FROM OTHER SECTIONS OF THE NATIONAL COMMUNITY, AND WHOSE STATUS IS REGULATED WHOLLY OR PARTIALLY BY THEIR OWN CUSTOMS OR TRADITIONS OR BY SPECIAL LAWS OR REGULATIONS; (2) PEOPLES WHO ARE REGARDED AS INDIGENOUS ON ACCOUNT OF THEIR DESCENT FROM THE POPULATIONS WHICH INHABITED THE COUNTRY, OR A GEOGRAPHICAL REGION TO WHICH THE COUNTRY BELONGS, AT THE TIME OF THE CONQUEST OR COLONISATION OR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PRESENT STATE BOUNDARIES AND WHO, IRRESPECTIVE OF THEIR LEGAL STATUS, RETAIN SOME OR ALL OF THEIR OWN SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, CULTURAL AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS.

Governing document

MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES INCORPORATED 31/05/1972 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 27/09/2000 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 13/05/2008 NOW ARTICLES ADOPTED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION DATED 10/05/2011

Area of benefit

Throughout The World

Organisation type

Standard registration

Other names

Survival

Policies

Risk management
Conflicts of interest
Volunteer management
Paying staff

Land And Property

This charity owns and/or leases land or property. Some or all of this land or property must be used for the charity’s purposes.

  • 15 Trustees
  • 26 Employees
  • 6 Volunteers

Trustee board

Trustee Other trusteeships Charity status
James Cameron Wilson None on record
Juliet Cecilia Walker Bsc The Allen Lane Foundation Up-to-date
Mr Robin-Hanbury Tenison None on record
Michael John Davis None on record
Sue Edith Branford None on record
Clare Catherine Dixon Obe Archbishop Romero Trust Up-to-date
Latin American Children's Trust Up-to-date
James Lionel Norman Wood Dr (Chair) None on record
Jessica Mary Sainsbury Staples Trust Up-to-date
The Alan And Babette Sainsbury Charitable Fund Up-to-date
The Tedworth Charitable Trust Up-to-date
Caroline Pearce None on record
Tom Yeba Hugh-Jones None on record
Thomas Joseph Fraine None on record
Ghislaine De Give None on record
Herve Chandes None on record
Clara Braggio None on record
Diana De Horna Cicka None on record

Areas of operation

List of regions

  • Botswana
  • Brazil
  • Cameroon
  • Central African Republic
  • Colombia
  • Congo
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Italy
  • Peru
  • Spain
  • United States