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WASHINGTON STAFF

For more information about Washington-based network services and volunteer opportunities, please email our local staff:

Pauline Khoury (she/her), Program Coordinator

For inquiries about the wider EAHR program, please contact our National Support Team.

Before submitting a referral, please review the program policies and procedures on our Information for Legal Partners page.

About Our Washington Network:

Western Washington was the site of the EAHR's pilot project from April through September 2021, refining the program model and structure in preparation for the EAHR's expansion to IRC offices nationwide. Building upon the foundations of the pilot project, the Washington network officially launched as a full-fledged program based at the IRC office in Seattle in January 2022.

Infographic about the Evaluation Alliance pilot project in Washington State. The pilot project served 21 survivors of human rights abuses who collectively received 18 medical evaluations and 7 psychological evaluations.Infographic about the Evaluation Alliance pilot project in Washington State. Of the 21 survivors evaluated, 76% reported political persecution, 43% reported gender-based persecution, and 24% reported domestic violence.Infographic about the Evaluation Alliance pilot project in Washington State. Of the 21 pilot project participants, there were 14 different countries of citizenship. The countries of citizenship were Burkina Faso, China, Colombia, The DRC, Eritrea, Ethiopia, The Gambia, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Mexico, Pakistan, Sudan and Uganda.