What we do

Akevot Institute for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Research was founded in 2014 out of a recognition of the unique role archives can play in breaking conflict-enhancing myths, fostering fact-based discourse, and supporting the work of human rights defenders.  We make archives a tool for change by researching and exposing mechanisms, processes and events who play a role in the perpetuation of the Conflict. We assist human rights defenders and civil society organizations in accessing archival documentation relevant to their work. We campaign to expand the public’s access to government archives to promote transparency and freedom of information.



Lior Yavne

Executive Director, Researcher

Noa Cohen

Digital Projects Coordinator

Lauren Blaxter

Resource Development Coordinator

Adam Raz


Matan Ben Moreh

Audio-Video Storyteller

Mika Zacks

Cataloguer, Conflict Records Digital Repository

Yigal Elhanan

Cataloguer, Conflict Records Digital Repository

Adv. Shlomy Zachary

Legal Advisor


Mooky Dagan

Board Member at Human Rights Defenders' Fund

Edan Ring

Co-director of Shared Society department, Sikkuy - Association for the Advancement of Civic Equality

Roni Pelli

Lawyer at the Association for Civil Rights in Israel

Adv. Michael Sfard

Lawyer; Emil Gruzweig human Rights Award Laureate

Ziv Stahl

Executive Director, Yesh Din

Dr. Shira Wilkof

Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion


Adv. Efrat Bergman-Sapir

Director of Legal Department at Public Committee Against Torture in Israel

Raluca Ganea

Executive Director and Co-Founder, Zazim - Community Action


24 October 2022

Akevot seeks a Resource Development Coordinator.

The position
We are seeking a bright, committed individual who approaches diverse tasks with dedication, enthusiasm, and initiative – and with attention to detail – to join us as our new Resource Development Coordinator. The position is full-time, based in our office in Haifa. Salary range: ILS 8,500-12,000, depending on experience.

• Developing fundraising strategy, research and mapping prospective donors;
• Writing letters of inquiry, grant applications, project proposals, and donor reports;
• Preparing detailed and comprehensive narrative activity reports for partners.

• Commitment to human rights and to Akevot’s mission;
• At least 2 years of proven professional experience in resource development and proposal writing;
• Mother tongue level English and proficiency in Hebrew;
• Familiarity with Logframe, theories of change and other approaches to project strategy and assessment;
• A good grasp of all Microsoft Office applications; CRM proficiency desired;
• Ability to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision, and work independently as well as function as a member of a team;
• Academic degree, ideally in human rights, political science, international relations, law, history or another related field.

To apply: Please submit a resume and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position to contact@akevot.org.il

Deadline for applications: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. We regret that we will only be able to contact short-listed candidates.

Akevot Institute for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict utilizes archives as a tool to support human rights, safeguard democratic values, and promote peacebuilding in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. For more information about Akevot please watch this short video: https://akvt.in/Intro_En.