Regional leader addressing government leaders
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We recently produced two important actions.
In mid-March, PSYDEH linked regional women leaders with a Mexican federal government project educating citizens on their rights around the protection of personal data. The collaboration was strategically timed such that our rural partners see themselves as (1) actors addressing practical challenges of the modern age and (2) informed leaders sharing lessons learned with their local communities.
On March 24, we produced the third Regional Public Forum to unite women around shared challenges. There, 200 indigenous leaders from across the Region joined local NGO and elected government officials to constructively discuss sustainable development. Like the 1st and 2nd Forums, this meeting linked regional women with foreign (Mexico, Canada and the United States) and national-based women (6 different Mexican states), but with a particular focus on how and why women can participate in Mexico's democracy.
- Little-by-Little, Juntos Somos Mejores (We are Stronger Together) -
Break-out discussions, women's development agenda
Native Veracruz leader speaks of women in politics
Leader sharing learning on rights to private data
Women leaders in Forum-wide trust circle
Forum Opening Ceremony