Why Transparency Matters

Part 1: Why does transparency matter?

Moderator: Julie Montgomery, Director of Innovation and Learning, InterAction

A Call for Change

In October 2013, at a high-level event tucked away in a London-based location, heads of state, ministers, and senior leaders from around the world met to collectively commit to ending violence against women and girls in emergencies.  Through a Call to Action, mobilizing various actors to make individual commitments to address this violence, the world’s leaders, international organizations like UNFPA and OCHA, and international NGOs decided to break the stalemate and start mobilizing new ways to address the problem. 

InterAction's Samuel A. Worthington: Stand With the People of Syria

It was just a few years ago that ordinary Syrian citizens were living their lives. Shops were open for business, bakeries were filled with warm Markook flatbread, schools were packed with children, and hospitals were sanctuaries for the sick.

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