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Statement

The Politicization Of Humanitarian Aid For Venezuela Must End

"The people of Venezuela are in desperate need of significantly expanded lifesaving and sustaining support. We must not allow them to become victims of the political brinksmanship around humanitarian assistance we are currently witnessing."

February 22, 2019
Young protester stands in the middle of a highway waving a Venezuelan flag
Blog Post

Why Multilateral Institutions Still Matter

"The UN and other multilaterals help increase the effectiveness of NGOs and other global development actors."

December 17, 2018
Blog Post

Conflict Displacing Thousands in Southern Ethiopia: Report

InterAction met with Refugees International’s Mark Yarnell, Senior Advocate and UN Liaison, who shared insights on the relationship between NGOs working in the region and thecurrent government.

December 7, 2018
Photo of South Sudanese refugee, Nyabong Puak.
Blog Post

The Top 9 Causes of Global Poverty

11% of the world’s population is living in extreme poverty, which is defined as surviving on only $1.90 a day.

October 17, 2018
Blog Post

Building Resilience to Fight Climate Change

We must tackle climate change if we want to tackle poverty. Building resilience is critical.

September 27, 2018
Blog Post

10 Ways to Fight Climate Change At Home

Ten things you can do at home to make a difference on climate change.

September 24, 2018
A farmer applying seed of Arabica coffee in Gayo highland, Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. Arabica coffee from Aceh is the best coffee in the world.
Blog Post

Could Family Separation Increase Human Trafficking Risk for Immigrant Children?

Confusion and desperation in regard to immigration policies fuels human trafficking around the globe. Beyond the immediate dangers, the separation of children from their families only adds to the mental and emotional anguish of children who’ve already endured much on their way to the U.S. Southern border.

July 17, 2018
Three men and a woman facing large metal structure separating the U.S. and Mexico
Blog Post

Guidelines for NGO Coordination with Military Actors During Humanitarian Crises

When responding to humanitarian crises, NGOs independently asses the risks of when, how, and why they would or would not coordinate their activities with the U.S. military.

July 13, 2018
Blog Post

Together Project Advocates for Financial Access

InterAction's Together Project worked to bring attention to the difficulties members face in financial access on Capitol Hill during a House Financial Services Committee hearing entitled “International and Domestic Implications of De-Risking” on June 26, 2018.

July 9, 2018
Blog Post

For Lasting Peace, Involve Women In Decision-Making

The Columbia's accords signed in 2016 marked a step forward in considering women as part of peace processes.

March 12, 2018