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May 15, 2018
InterAction member organizations will benefit from pragmatic, actionable and cost-effective training opportunities WASHINGTON – InterAction and Good Wolf Group are pleased to announce a new partnership providing capacity-building workshops and leadership development services at a discount for...
May 10, 2018
Dear Leader McConnell, Leader Schumer, Speaker Ryan, and Leader Pelosi: I write to you today on behalf of American development and humanitarian organizations to urge you to reject any proposed rescissions to the international affairs budget and specifically, cuts to the International Disaster...

Latest Issue Briefs and Reports

Apr 04, 2018
A focused look at the work in front of current nonprofit boards If your board is operating essentially the same way it did five years ago, something is likely wrong. The nonprofit world is in significant upheaval, and this is particularly true for U.S. NGOs. Many boards are lagging. Different...
Mar 19, 2018
The following is a document InterAction produced in reaction to Draft One of the Global Compact on Refugees. The second iteration of the Global Compact on Refugees is improved and offers a more meaningful blueprint for global responsibility sharing. InterAction's reaction to the Zero Draft can be...

Latest Multimedia

Sep 27, 2017
Learn about the key elements of results-based protection (RBP) which help us make informed decisions to mitigate threats, reduce vulnerabilities, and enhance capacities in humanitarian action, while promoting stronger collaboration among relevant actors across disciplines and sectors. For more...
Jul 12, 2017
Photographer Jim Stipe acted as a judge for InterAction's 2016 Photo Contest. He has many years of experience with photo ethics and NGO standards and agreed to give some insight into the #IAPhotoContest and the judging process.

Latest Member News

May 03, 2018
New York, NY -- Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with three dioceses in the Province of the Anglican Church of the Congo (PEAC) to provide critical emergency support to communities affected by escalating violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Ongoing civil unrest...
Feb 13, 2018
Episcopal Relief & Development is working with the Zambia Anglican Council Outreach Programmes (ZACOP) to provide critical emergency support following a cholera outbreak in the Lusaka Province. The outbreak first began in October 2017 and is spreading rapidly throughout the country. So far,...

Latest Blogs

Supporting Mothers Through Education

This blog post was submitted by Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent Emerita, Wesleyan Church and founder of World Hope International

To Leverage NGO Resources, Partnerships with U.S. Government Must Change

Over the past year and a half, InterAction and the NGO community have successfully stood in solidarity to defend our values and maintain the role of development and humanitarian relief within U.S. foreign policy. Our values affirm the inherent dignity and rights of all people, including displaced persons or those who are marginalized. They also reflect a mandate to alleviate suffering and to promote human well-being and opportunity.
 

Latest InterAction in the News

Mar 12, 2018
The recent killings of three humanitarian aid workers in Nigeria by suspected Boko Haram militants have sent shock waves throughout the humanitarian aid community and illuminated the increasingly precarious landscape such personnel must navigate to help people in areas of conflict and instability....
Jan 05, 2018
No country provides as much assistance as the United States. About a quarter of all public assistance provided from rich countries to developing countries comes from the US state budget. That is why much is at stake when negotiations on the US budget for 2018 are now entering an end phase. In its...