Climate and indigenous peoples. Debate after the screening of THE TERRITORY

Wednesday, May 18 | 6:00 p.m. | Kinoteka 1

Debate: Climate and indigenous peoples

after the screening of THE TERRITORY, dir. Alex Pritz 

Partner: UN Global Compact

Aware of their heavy dependence on the environment, indigenous peoples are fighting an unequal battle for their territories. They are activists conscious of the consequences of resource exploitation as well as the impact of construction, mining or large-scale agriculture on the climate. Many of them, especially in Central and South America, are dying, defending their (and indirectly also our) existence. Are they alone in this fight? 


Kamil Wyszkowski – a long-serving employee of the United Nations. Representative of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in Poland, coordinating the cooperation with businesses, cities, universities and non-governmental organisations on behalf of the UN.

Dominika Lasota (Fridays For Future)


Patryk Strzałkowski – journalist at, head of the climate and environment portal He writes about the climate crisis, its impact on people, societies and human rights. He also focuses on the topics of migration and refugees. Author of reportages from Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, among others. Graduate of the Polish School of Reportage.