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What Global Trends are Altering the NGO Operating Environment?

Major 2019 global trend reports are consistent – this is an urgent time of change. External operating environments around the world are undergoing dramatic shifts. How organizations do or do not respond presents opportunity or challenge. This is a high-stakes time for proactive navigation.

April 19, 2019

Global Environment Facility

February 19, 2019
InterAction Quoted

Is that environmental group a pawn of Beijing? Nonprofits wary of being branded ‘foreign agents’

“It is not at all clear where this is headed,” said Sam Worthington. He warns that thousands of American nonprofits could find themselves in the same predicament as the Natural Resources Defense Council."

June 14, 2018
InterAction Quoted

Is that environmental group a pawn of Beijing? Nonprofits wary of being branded ‘foreign agents’

"It is not at all clear where this is headed," said Sam Worthington, CEO of InterAction, a large coalition of U.S.-based nonprofits that work internationally. He warns that thousands of American nonprofits could find themselves in the same predicament as the Natural Resources Defense Council.

June 14, 2018
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2019 InterAction Award Winners

Every year, InterAction’s annual awards recognizes outstanding leaders within the global development and humanitarian sectors. These individuals are leaders who…

May 16, 2019
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A Wrong Inflicted: Mass Starvation in the 21st Century

Join us Wednesday May 8th at InterAction (lobby conference center) for an interactive discussion with Alex de Waal on the politics…

May 3, 2019
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InterAction Launches New Funding Opportunity to Initiate Change in NGO Safeguarding

InterAction with its members are working to change the structural and cultural barriers to addressing sexual harassment and abuse within…

May 3, 2019
Members of CRS-supported SILC groups (Savings and Internal Lending Communities) dance together during a meeting in Awaradoni village, Upper East Region, Ghana. These women have begun making and selling shea nut butter, straw baskets, and parboiled rice ever since interrupted weather patterns related to climate change have inhibited their abilities to earn livelihoods through farming. Awaradoni village, Talensi District, Upper East Region, Ghana, West Africa. March 19, 2016 - Photo by Jake Lyell for CRS.
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InterAction Member Policy Positions for the 2019 G7 and G20 Summits

InterAction's G7/G20 Advocacy Alliance outline a series of recommendations for the 2019 G7 and G20 summits in these policy papers.

May 1, 2019
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Let’s Remember Refugee Girls

In countries affected by conflict, girls are nearly three times more likely to be out of school than boys. With the appropriations season in full swing, Congress must prioritize funding for education programs that reach the most vulnerable – including refugee girls.

April 30, 2019
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The Foreign Agents Registration Act’s NGO Impact

As written, FARA is unsuitable for our contemporary world – a world in which global interconnectivity is increasing and the roles of state and non-state actors are blurring.

March 20, 2019
Photo of U.S. capitol building on a sunny day.