Countering Stigmatization In The Humanitarian Response To COVID-19
In most contexts, the social stigma surrounding mental health issues exists because of cultural norms and a lack of understanding…
Countering Stigmatization in the Humanitarian Response to COVID-19
On May 29th, 2020, a panel of experts gathered for a webinar hosted by InterAction’s Protection Working Group to share…
Gender Equality in Humanitarian Response
The three hour, self-paced course provides information and scenarios which enable you to practice developing gender-sensitive programming.
World Humanitarian Day: A Team Sport
World Humanitarian Day is a moment to acknowledge the importance of helping others in dire need and to recognize the great lengths that humanitarian workers go to provide such help.
Moving Forward Together, Leaving No One Behind: From Stigmatization to Social Cohesion in Post-Conflict Iraq
InterAction conducted field research in Erbil, Mosul, Kirkuk, Baghdad, Anbar, and Karbala from July 23-August 9, 2018 to assess the most pressing protection issues.
InterAction Mission Report: Myanmar: June 2018
InterAction conducted a short mission from June 2-6, 2018 in Myanmar to examine critical protection issues and trends.
South Sudan Will Now Charge $10,000 For An Aid Worker Permit. Why?
It's unclear whether the fee would apply only to newcomers or to those already there as well. Whatever the case, the amount is "absolutely unheard of globally."
The South Sudan Level 3 designation: from policy to practice
The United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator (ERC) has declared that the humanitarian situation in South Sudan warranted classification as a system-wide Level 3 (L3) emergency.
Is it time to devise a faster response to slow onset disasters?
"It is either time to bolster drought indicators and better define action tied to early warning systems, or rethink aid frameworks altogether."