Solutions Over Pessimism: A Key to Global Progress in 2019
"We can prevent crises before they start, and we can help to protect people when they are endangered." Sam Worthington.
A focused look at the work of current nonprofit boards
To survive and thrive, nonprofits themselves need to be increasingly sophisticated, and their boards should co-lead this charge.
Congressional Leaders Must Reject Proposed Rescissions to International Affairs Budget
"Cuts to vital diplomatic, development, and humanitarian efforts diminish the United States’ ability to respond to and prevent new crises and contribute to a more prosperous world."
U.S. Immigration Officials’ Forceful Separation of Children From Their Parents is Cruel and Inhumane
"The administration’s current actions violate the U.S. Refugee Act of 1980, are against the values of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and must stop."
Behind the Rhetoric, Children are Suffering
The photo of Oscar Ramirez and his daughter Valeria, lying face down dead on the bank of the Rio Grande…
A New InterAction.Org
We are an organization that is defined by our ability to pull a community together for a greater voice.New website will serve as a resource for InterAction's members, allies, and partners in advancing the role of development and humanitarian NGOs.
InterAction CEO: Conflict on the Turkish-Syrian Border Must End Through Peaceful Political Process
CEO of InterAction, Sam Worthington, issued the following statement regarding military incursion on the Turkish-Syrian border. “InterAction strongly urges all…
Letter to Secretary Blinken on the Escalating Violence in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel
Dear Secretary Blinken, As the CEO of the largest U.S.-based alliance of humanitarian and development organizations working in the region,…
Is that enviormental group a pawn of Beijing? Nonprofits wary of being branded ‘foreign agents’
"A broad spectrum of civil society groups that work internationally fear they could face a new legal threat — being pressured to register as foreign agents, a designation that could severely damage an organization."