Become an EA
Our Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs) spend 3 months living in one of our placements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
As an EA you will experience life under occupation and commit yourself to advocating for change and promoting a just peace in Palestine and Israel when you return home.
Wearing our distinctive vests, you will accompany locals and report human rights abuses, help protect communities and keep international agencies up to date with the situation on the ground.
If you are a passionate and caring individual dedicated to human rights, we are looking for you.
What does an EA do? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions about becoming an EA.
Read about life as an EA.
How to get started?
- Contact the National Coordinator in your country and ask for an application form.
- Return the completed application for to your National Coordinator before the closing date.
- If there is no national coordinator in your country, contact the EAPPI Office.
Click on the map to the right to find the national coordinator in your country. For a larger map, click HERE.
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