The Pachaysana Blog

Featured Posts

Welcome to the Pachaysana Blog. We open this space to further the dialogue on many themes related to our work in community development and international education. We will post 1 or 2 times a month and would love to hear your thoughts, so please reply and offer comments or questions.

 

We also seek out guest bloggers. Please let us know if you would like to write about any of our themes: community development, international education, arts and social justice, alternative forms of education, fair trade learning, decolonial education, cultural identity, among others.

The views expressed in our blog are those of Pachaysana and our writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or identities of our partner communities and organizations.

The Company: An Aggregate of Identities

December 12, 2019

1/3
Please reload

November 12, 2019

Current international student Kaitlyn Hepburn shares her creative reflection on Ecuador's recent “paro,” or strike, and what the word “paro” means to her.

(For more information on the recent political unrest in Ecuador, please see our most recent newsletter.)

One of the hardest parts of the National Protests for me was hearing the many false narratives that the government and other countries were publishing for their own interests. This is why I used the “A” (Actores Internacionales) and “R” (Régmen) to express the interests of those actors who used their official...

Please reload

Recent Posts

September 10, 2019

Please reload

Archive
Please reload

Search By Tags