PACHworks / Community-based Interventions

PACH Interventions

Through our work in the community, we apply the science of human connection to create and evaluate our efforts toward addressing the crisis of connection.

The Listening Project

The Listening Project, part of PACH at NYU trains middle and high school students and their teachers in a semi-structured method called transformative interviewing. The goal of the project is to enhance listening skills, empathy, trust, academic engagement and achievement as well as disrupt stereotypes and build relationships across difference within and across school communities. To learn more about opportunities to get involved and current projects from the Listening Project, please visit our website.

The We Are Human Campaign

The We Are Human campaign is a collection of video self-portraits and interviews that reveal our common humanity. The campaign has been conducted in Abu Dhabi, NYU Stern Business School, and with police officers and community members throughout five communities in California.