June has been quite the busy month for N4 Mexico. In just 10 months they’ve trained over 100 facilitators in Monterrey, Tampico, Puebla, Mexico City, and San MIguel de Allende.
N4 Mexico Operations Manager Maru Castañeda shares, “The biggest achievement this month is definitely the success of our first community event. In partnership with the Universidad del Noreste (UNE), we hosted the event ‘El Arte Como la Historia de Nuestras Vidas’ (‘Art as the History of Our Lives’). Over 70 community participants experienced an art- and photography-based story exchange. Participants walked around the virtual gallery where TVs displayed images taken by UNE students.”
One community member reflected on the event, noting, “The moment we finished sharing our stories I realized we were all as equally human.”
Related Blog Posts
Narrative 4 Ireland launches new publication to amplify the voices of young women
Blog• March 24, 2023
Girls Stories, a youth project dedicated to empowering migrant teenagers in Limerick launched a new publication this week. The publication,…