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Feb 12, 2018
InterAction, representing U.S. nongovernmental organizations operating around the world to advance the lives of people living in the poorest and most marginalized conditions, reiterates our firm commitment to fight discrimination, sexual harassment and abuse within our community. U.S. NGOs have an...
Feb 12, 2018
InterAction calls for no less than $59.1 billion to maintain U.S. leadership on foreign assistance WASHINGTON -- On Monday, February 12 the White House released its initial budget recommendations for fiscal year 2019, which proposed a topline of $41.7 billion or a 30% cut to the International...

Latest Issue Briefs and Reports

Feb 13, 2018
The InterAction Refugee Policy Working Group developed the following document in reaction to the Zero Draft of the Global Compact on Refugees released January 31, 2018 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Dec 15, 2017
InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations, released a policy paper on lessons learned from civil society and operational NGOs with experience transitioning the management of development programs to local communities and governments around the world...

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

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,...
Feb 08, 2018
Episcopal Relief & Development is working with the Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches (FMEEC) to respond to the needs of people displaced by the ongoing unrest in Syria. This FMEEC partnership will provide blankets, clothing, stoves and fuel during the harsh winter months to 2,850...

Latest Blogs

Diversity Makes America Great: We Are a Nation of Immigrants

Two and a half years ago, the world was arrested by an image—the body of three-year-old Alan Kurdi on a Turkish beach.  He and his family came from the northern Syrian town of Kobani, the site of fierce fighting between Islamic State insurgents and Kurdish forces at the time. Many Americans saw both the pain and the unnecessary suffering caused by dangerous and unsupported migration. Compassion and horror flowed in equal measure, though still not enough is changing today. As evidenced by recent U.S.

The Need for More Nonprofit Voices in Innovative Finance for Development

This January, world leaders gathered in Switzerland to take part in the annual World Economic Forum. One of the topics of discussion was innovative finance for international development. While there were a few exciting and positive takeaways from the interviews, reports, and presentations on this issue, too few of them included voices from the nonprofit community.

Latest InterAction in the News

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...
Jan 04, 2018
With Congress contemplating yet another stopgap spending measure, the Pentagon can be expected to renew warnings about the the security dangers that come with the government operating on autopilot for so many months. But continuing resolutions also harm the U.S. government’s extensive humanitarian...