Each month we publish a short newsletter. These archives take your through our organizational history
After nearly two weeks of national protests, in Ecuador, we explore how recent political and civic unrest relate to us and our work?
How do we relate with our ancestors and how do they continue shaping our identity?
Re-thinking what knowledge is from the community perspective.
Exploring the relationship between Paulo Freire's theories and Pachaysana's actions.
Re-imagining institutions to be more just, loving and empowering... for everyone.
Exploring the importance of language in our work with communities
A deeper dive into what community means and how our work is interconnected with various communities.
How our emotional needs relate to our our work with communities and students
What does reciprocity look like when set in action
Our invitation for you to support Pachaysana and our community projects.
Saying “thank you” is a way we can make a difference in this world.
Every October we reflect on the colonial and decolonial nature of our identities.
Our new Rehearsing Change video and testimonials share the impact of our flagship program.
Read about our many summer 2018 projects
A summary of our spring 2018 Rehearsing Change program.
Looking at our ongoing projects by thinking how we live with others.
Engaging in human curiosity! Our new year's wish for all of you.
Our experiences in the Amazon help us rethink what knowledge is.
Our latest endeavors explore the relationship between narrative, identity and health.
Our words and deeds to confront hate, white supremacy and bigotry.
Read about our summer 2017 projects
A summary of our 2016-17 Rehearsing Change program.
Read about how Pachaysana grows the great narratives that inspire social change.
Pachaysana is growing. Here we share our thoughts and concerns related to organizational growth.
Exploring how three words can affect real social change.
Learn about the many different projects that our partner communities are doing and how Rehearsing Change helps.
Recognizing the work being done by communities, students, interns, alums and faculty.
The struggle to make indigenous voices heard.
We can only change our world by first naming it. We look at this "naming" via our work in Ecuador and the USA
How projects, communities and students must work together to make a difference.
A reflection on our latest semester of Rehearsing Change, with stories and testimonials.
Recognizing the amazing people in Ecuador and abroad who give so tirelessly.
Our thoughts on the recent Ecuador earthquake and our role.
A look into the practice and purpose of cultural exchange.
An update on our Rehearsing Change program and preview of the upcoming Fall 2016 semester.
Being radically rooted and radically participatory in social change.
Looking at 2015... our reflections, celebrations and dreams.
A look into what constitutes a dialogue and how we at Pachaysana practice the Creative Dialogue
It is time to rethink how we do education and the first step is decolonizing it.
Pachaysana is only able to do so much because of our many partnerships. Read about our IFSA-Butler collaboration & more.
Learn about some amazing community projects and the work of our volunteers and interns.
A summary of our pilot semester of Rehearsing Change, with statistics and evaluations.
A quick update on the Rehearsing Change program, as well as a few ways you can be part of the change.
A lesson on what makes our lives matter. Also, links to some photos of our Rehearsing Change program.
Some insight into the pilot of our semester-long Rehearsing Change program
A few words to sum up Pachaysana's work in 2014
An overview of our recent visits to universities and colleges in the USA.
A summary of the Final Report after a year-long project with the community of Mariscal.
Stories from our recent interns and program participants.
How Rehearsing Change seeks to transform study abroad.
Our work with an indigenous community's stuggle to regain its ancestral lands.
A closer look at the philosophy of our work.
A close look into one of our short-term multicultural programs.
A more detailed introduction to our philosophy and methodology.
A general introduction to who we are.
We explore our relationship to Andean ways of seeing and understanding.