Our event offers a cool opportunity to learn about a citizen education and organizing program co-produced by the women of the Otomí-Tepehua region, Hidalgo. Participants can engage with these leaders on important topics. One of these women, Nayelica Lazcano Bernardino, will be our Master of Ceremonies.
- Below, you can see portraits of the attending women leaders.
- You will be able to interact with the women through a unique element loosely based on the concept called, “Human Library.” Here, we’ll have short intimate conversations between Mexicans and foreigners, indigenous and non indigenous people to:
share knowledge about health issues, rights, justice, education, gender equality, citizen participation and economy, in and outside the region.
break the barriers between indigenous and non-indigenous: we each have ideas that can serve the other.
enjoy interclass, intergenerational and intercultural dialogue.