25 Jan 2018

PSYDEH Celebrated in National Print & Radio Before Big PR Event

PSYDEH’s forthcoming partnership with Colectivo Cine Social at La Cineteca Nacional de México, with indispensable support from the Mexican federal government Secretaria de Cultura, is the latest iteration of its years-long strategy to use photo and film and cross-cultural and-class collaborations to promote its work in rural Mexico to national and international audiences.

With the January 27 special screening of the powerful “Sueño en otro idioma“, a panel discussion, and post-event cultural experience, PSYDEH and women leaders of a partner network of new NGOs will help lead the day’s experience exploring indigenous rights, with a particular focus on the right to autonomy through promoting and protecting indigenous language, as key to sustainable development of all communities.

As an extension of this innovative partnership, and before the event itself, PSYDEH is celebrated in recent radio interviews and myriad Mexican press articles.



PSYDEH is highlighted in Informate, the Mexico City-based Donde Irand similar articles in La Jornada Aguas Calientes, La Jornada UNAM, Time Out Ciudad de México, 20 Minutos, México Nueva Era, Escenarios and the Herald Estado de México.



PSYDEH is a non-profit civil association, which was formed by the initiative of a group of young women from the municipality of Santiago Tulantepec in the State of Hidalgo. PSYDEH is committed to working with and for the most vulnerable communities in the region through the promotion of a Sustainable Human Development.