Daniela has a Master’s degree in Political Action, Institutional Strengthening and Citizen Participation and a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences. She works for Redes por la Diversidad, Equidad y Sustentabilidad A.C. (REDES A.C), an organisation in Mexico that works with Indigenous communities to build and manage their own community media and telecommunications projects, through strategies design, training and research, content creation and legal support. She also collaborates with Rhizomatica for the LocNet project as part of the work team focusing on training and capacity building and providing support to community network projects.
About REDES A.C.
Redes por la Diversidad, Equidad y Sustentabilidad A.C. (REDES A.C.) is a civil society organisation created in 2004 by members committed to diversity, equity and sustainability, promoting networks and enabling processes for organisations, groups and communities. It seeks to build strong and deep relationships with the rural communities and associations it works with, in order to support actions that contribute to Mexico’s development. Since its establishment, it has worked in two main areas: indigenous and community communication and sustainable community development.