Katarzyna Sałata, born in Poland, is a media communication specialist, filmmaker, and activist. Her artistic and scientific interests revolve around social and climate justice, post-anthropocentrism, and gender equality. She is currently finishing her MA in cultural studies, where she specializes in media and film. She is developing a co-founded alternative media platform based on non-violent communication, which mission is to build connections instead of deepening social division and unite creators driven by common values. Katarzyna is a member of the Inseparate Films art collective, where she is working on a documentary about climate change. She has also recently started shooting her own short-length film about an alternative school and eco-community emerging around it in southern Spain. She is currently residing in Malaga on a semester abroad, taking part in gender equality master classes.
Updated April 2021
More from Katarzyna Sałata
Humanity in Action Poland Announces the 2022 Polish Fellows Cohort
Humanity in Action is pleased to announce the newly-selected Fellows joining the Polish cohort of 2022.
“Women and Water” Film Festival
The need for Katarzyna Sałata’s arose from her frustration with a poor representation of women in media – both as voices given airtime as well as decision makers included in the creation process.
„You Will Never Walk Alone”: panel discussion on reproductive rights activism in Poland
Women's rights are human rights, therefore within the framework of this year's 16th edition of the international Human Rights Academy Humanity in Action Poland organized an expert-activist panel about reproductive rights in Poland, the right to self-determination, solidarity, and sisterhood.
We are delighted to announce the 2021 Fellows!
Please join us in welcoming these 110 Fellows who will participate in the Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Sarajevo, and Warsaw Fellowship programs. We are excited for you all to join the HIA community!
Humanity in Action Poland Announces the 2021 Polish Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 14 Fellows from Poland were selected to join the 2021 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.