InterAction Statement on the Termination of the US’ Relationship with the WHO
InterAction issued the following statement in response to the Trump Administration beginning the process to terminate the United States’ relationship…
Honoring Those who Strengthen the NGO Community
Every year, InterAction recognizes the outstanding leaders and organizations that strengthen our community and push our sector forward. We…
WHO PSEA Policy and Procedures
This document from WHO outlines their PSEA policies and procedures. It is from 2017, but may be useful for organizations looking for examples of PSEA policies and procedures.
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It’s Unclear How Humanitarian Aid Will Get To Those Who Need It In Venezuela
"Our call is for us not to politicize the humanitarian assistance. Humanitarian needs from the populations are what we should be keeping at the forefront of our minds and not how we could be using humanitarian assistance to further the interests of one side or another."
South Sudan: The Whole Country is Traumatized
Decades of war left almost half the population with post-traumatic stress symptoms and little mental health care.
We Must Ensure That Those Who Do Not Choose To Engage in Conflict Are Not The Ones to Pay its Price
We urge leaders around the world to recognize the dignity and rights of all humankind by prioritizing the protection of civilians.
INGOs, the Supreme Court, and the Anti-Terrorism Act: A Factsheet
As Twitter heads to the U.S. Supreme Court this term, international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) that work in proximity to terrorist…