A richly visual film that explores the impact of colonisation on Canada’s Indigenous peoples.
Screened as part of TOAFF19
What does modern-day slavery look like, and are we complicit in perpetuating it?
Patima Tungpuchayakul is a Bangkok-based activist who has committed her life to rescuing fishermen who have been trafficked into slavery on Thai fishing boats. Fighting death threats, corruption and complacency, Patima and her small team have vowed to free these men and help them obtain justice.
Work. Eat. Sleep. And back to work. For a long time skippers in the North East of Scotland could not find locals to work on their fishing vessels. That was until Filipino fishermen started coming to town for work.
Beyond the Screen
People & Planet is the largest student network in Britain campaigning to end world poverty, defend human rights and protect the environment. They’re a student-led movement that empowers young people with the skills, confidence and knowledge they need to make change happen, at home and globally.
GMB is a campaigning trade union focused on protecting GMB members in their workplaces.
The GMB Glasgow General Apex Branch is organising screenings of films focusing on issues of social justice, each screening will be followed by a panel discussion. The dates will coincide with local trade union led activity that tackles social justice.