We are witnessing the highest level of forced displacement since WWII and massive human migration away from danger and hardship. What factors are driving people to migrate? Forum 2016's closing plenary looked at threats and vulnerabilities for migrants and the forcibly displaced, as well as the assets they bring to the societies they seek to join. Featured speakers included António Guterres, the recently elected (Oct. 2016) next UN Secretary General.
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Over the past year global refugee issues have dominated our news feeds, our televisions, and our conversations. Many of us work on these issues every day and have for years, but to the average citizen, the global refugee challenges just became front-page news.
In early September...
On Monday, August 1, InterAction CEO Sam Worthington spoke at an event co-hosted by DACOR and UAA about the evolving role of U.S. NGOs. Video courtesy of DACOR.
Every year, InterAction presents the Julia Vadala Taft Outstanding Leadership Award to an individual whose career and vision has transcended his or her own organization by raising the influence and profile of the U.S. NGO sector as a whole.
InterAction is proud to award the 2016 Taft...
Investing in food and nutrition security has a ripple effect across a community – and the world – improving health, education and economic opportunities that empower people.
InterAction Vice President for Humanitarian Policy & Practice Patricia McIlreavy gives a quick answer to that question as she heads into the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit.