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A Reflection on the State of American Democracy

Democracy rests on laws, on policies debated from different political perspectives, and on civilians who have the right to protest…

January 8, 2021
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Statement on Events at the U.S. Capitol

InterAction, the largest U.S.-based alliance of international NGOs and partners, released the following statement in response to the events at…

January 6, 2021
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No Time To Waste

As the Biden-Harris Administration renews America’s standing in the world and tackles global challenges, an opportunity exists not just to…

November 16, 2020
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Statement on the 2020 Election Results

“Despite unprecedented challenges, a projected 159.8 million Americans went to the ballot box to exercise their fundamental right to…

November 7, 2020
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Fundamentals for U.S. Development and Humanitarian Assistance

With election day just a few weeks away, InterAction has issued a set of fundamentals for U.S. development and humanitarian…

October 23, 2020
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There’s a Lie You’ve Heard about Haiti

There is one thing you quickly learn when researching anything about Haiti: the country is the poorest in the Western…

October 23, 2020
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2023 Prudent Assumptions and Critical Uncertainties

Dramatic change is shaping the sector, and on a global level, our achievements and goals for humanity are backsliding. As…

October 22, 2020
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A Crisis Beyond COVID-19

Every September 15, the world comes together for a day of reflection on the struggle for democracy. Set against the…

September 15, 2020
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Localization in the COVID-19 Era

While it is still unknown how COVID-19 will ultimately change the development and humanitarian aid sectors, the current crisis has…

August 21, 2020
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How Stories of Central American Climate Displacement Were Buried Under a Border Crisis

“I’m doing this for my children.” That’s what Martha from Colón, Honduras, said to a reporter in November 2018.

August 13, 2020