29th Oct - 10th Nov
Online & Offline
What happens in Glasgow?
During the COP26 at Glasgow, If Not Us Then Who? with partner organizations will ask a series of questions intersecting climate change, indigenous peoples and the effects of the crisis around the world.
Meet diverse community leaders
For more than 6 weeks @ CCA Glasgow
Be inspired by a diversity of stories
Exhibition: The Word for World is Forest
Brings together three perspectives on climate change from very different regions of the world.
November (Week 1)
Our Village Community Corner
1st November 5pm @ IMAX, Green Zone
An immersive multimedia IMAX experience from inside indigenous minds to the soul of the climate justice movement. Featuring a new theatre piece, ‘Can I Live?’ from Complicité & Fehinti Balogun.
What does it mean to belong?
2nd November 7-10pm @ Theatre, CCA
Opening ceremony of ‘Our Village’ exploring Indigenous perspectives on consciousness followed by a discussion with Nia Tero, Jenny and Vicky Tauli-Copuz and the ‘Guardians of the Forest’ from the Global Alliance of Territorial Communities (COICA, AMAN, APIB, AMPB)
Voices from the Forest
3rd November 3-5pm @ IMAX, Green Zone
A Film Showcase for People and Forests by The Environmental Investigation Agency, If Not Us Then Who and Rainforest Foundation UK, along with Kaoem Telapak and the Tenure Facility
How does Art and Culture advance Climate Justice?
3rd November 7-10pm @ Theatre, CCA
Featuring a new theatre piece from Complicité & Fehinti Balogun. Fehinti tells the story of how, as a Black British man, his path was forever changed by what he learnt about our planet. Followed by a discussion with the Black & Indigenous Liberation Movement, NDN on ‘What is Climate Justice? Hosted by Favianna Rodriguez.
How can we connect to the land?
4th November 4-6pm @ Theatre, CCA
Exploring individual local people’s connection to the land and why that matters. How does their advocacy for and stewardship of the land engage with the climate crisis?
How do we build indigenous power in times of crisis?
4th November 7-10pm @ Theatre, CCA
NDN Collective share key learnings from their book, ‘Required Reading: Climate Justice, Adaptation and Investing in Indigenous Power’.
What are the impacts of climate change?
5th November 4-6pm @ Theatre, CCA
Using visceral new smartphone footage and first hand accounts we will explore climate impacts recorded by citizen journalists from across the globe.
How do we decolonize the climate crisis?
5th November 7-10pm @ Theatre, CCA
Hacking the climate narrative & deconstructing colonisation. With Hackeo Cultural, If Not Us Then Who, XR Youth Solidarity, Global Alliance Youth and the Black Indigenous Liberation Movement.
November (Week 2)
How can we Cure the Earth?
10th November 4-9pm @ Theatre, CCA
The global warming fever is the symptom of a disease that has been in our territories for more than 500 years, that is why indigenous women ask how to cure our territories, our bodies and our spirits in times of pandemic, ecocide and genocide?
Cure of the Earth – films
10th November 1-9pm @ Cinema, CCA
A series of drop-in screenings from Hackeo Cultural on how to cure the earth using indigenous healing practices.
11th November 5-10pm @ Cinema, CCA
An exploration of community based cinema, another way of seeing.
Indigenous Documentary Filmmaking
12th November 5-10pm @ Cinema, CCA
Short form documentaries, film clips, and a Q&A session. Using documentaries to empower new leaders and inspire change.
How should we respond to intensifying Climate Impacts?
13th November 1-5pm @ Cinema, CCA
Visceral frontline footage from citizen journalists.
Events are taking place from the 31st of October to the 10th of November.