Organizers: Asia Caucus of the International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC)
Runtime: 20 minutes
Language of film: English
The independent, sustainable lives in the mountains of Thailand’s indigenous peoples’ way of life is now under threat. Commercial farming, national boundaries and ‘modern life’ is compromising and taking away their last remaining link to the earth—the very source of their distinct indigenous identities, culture and dignity. Food security is becoming a serious problem as indigenous peoples are coerced into becoming employees of the international food industry in addition to their other policies related to land use and management, as well as social and political pressure to leave their homelands in search of a ‘better’ life.
A Q&A session will follow.
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (Auditorium)
Contact: Lakpa Nuri Sherpa (AIPP), firstname.lastname@example.org