We believe that any situation of occupation, oppression and discrimination, be it physical or emotional, or any other violation of rights must end immediately and be prevented from taking place ever again.

We believe that both nations lived on this land and developed in it, each in its time, and therefore have the right to live here. We are inspired by times in history where Arabs and Jews were able to live together with mutual acceptance and respect and we strongly believe that creative political solutions can be found to enable such life once again. This can happen once enough people realize that measures of control, oppression and expulsion can only lead to violent resistance and more measures of oppression, that in turn push people to use more violence trying to achieve their rights.

We acknowledge the historical processes and events, locally and internationally, that led to the establishment of the State of Israel.  We also acknowledge the wrong that has been done to the Palestinian people since the idea of establishing the State of Israel began to materialize, through the 1948 and 1967 wars and continuing today. We recognize the right of the Palestinian refugees to return to their land, which we see as no less than the right of the Jews to return, that was internationally accepted.

We believe in the human spirit and in the ability of individuals to promote change. As we are destined to share this land, we believe that working together we have more abilities and more power to shape a better future for our children. Established in 1991, we have shared days of fear and pain, days of joy and hope and days of disappointment and despair. While we do not always have answers for all our questions, we refuse to give up asking questions and are committed to keep searching, learning and coping together with what lies ahead.

Therefore, as an education organization we have taken upon ourselves the mission to create, encourage and strengthen perceptions that can promote a possibility for a political solution that answers the needs of all people for liberty, safety, citizenship and wellbeing. We see it as the vital condition for healthy and fare life and viable peace between our peoples and within them.



Since the establishment of Windows in 1991, interns and volunteers, local and international [from all over the world], have played an important role in its development and its ability to face political and financial challenges. 

We are looking for qualified individuals to support our programs. Please note that there is no direct participation in the youth programs, but the interns are working behind the scenes in order to make them possible. All internships are unpaid but offer valuable experience in a friendly atmosphere.

Windows' interns are considered an essential part of Windows team and are treated as such. Interns have the opportunity to develop, implement and lead their own projects, gain direct exposure to the workings of a non-profit organization, and receive work-related training. In addition, students are often able to arrange academic credits with their universities. Internships are three to twelve months long.

Because training interns requires a significant investment from Windows, we do not accept interns who cannot commit to at least three months, unless they have specific professional skills such as video editing, magazine design, website development, etc.


Specific Roles:

  • Intern Team Coordinator
  • Fundraising Intern
  • Communication Intern (Pr And Marketing)
  • Graphic Design Intern
  • Web Development Intern
  • Interns' Research Team Coordinator
  • Research Intern
  • Translation Intern



Offer organizational support by performing administrative tasks, running errands and generally assisting Windows’ team


Qualifications Needed:

  • Must be proficient in English; Hebrew or Arabic language skills preferred; additional languages (French, German, Spanish etc.) advantageous
  • Ability to work both independently, with little supervision, and as part of a team
  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment
  • Strong knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is ideal (or a high motivation to learn about it)
  • Must be able to commit at least 20-40 hours a week