Results-based protection is a problem-solving approach used to address complexity and the ever-changing environment that surrounds protection issues in humanitarian action.
Civil Society Guidance for a Model Policy
Over the past decade, armed conflict has been too often characterized by immense human suffering resulting from the actions of State and non-State parties to…
Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict
An Invisible Threat
Chemical weapons (C.W.) invoke a unique, inherent fear in people in a way most conventional weapons do not, making them a particularly nefarious means…
Results-Based Protection Resource Playlist
This playlist is a collection of nine useful resources for practitioners interested in learning about and applying results-based approaches to protection.
Global Development Practice
February in Review: A New InterAction.Org, Oral History Initiative, CEO Survey
The latest news and updates from the InterAction team.
Language in Protective Humanitarian Action: Practical lessons from Myanmar, Bangladesh and Northeast Nigeria
Speakers explore the importance of language in humanitarian contexts.
Stock-Take On The IASC Protection Policy And The Centrality Of Protection
The outcome report following an October 2018 workshop to take stock of implementation of the IASC Policy on Protection in Humanitarian Action (2016) and the IASC Principals Statement on the Centrality of Protection in Humanitarian Action (2013).
Moving Forward Together, Leaving No One Behind: From Stigmatization to Social Cohesion in Post-Conflict Iraq
InterAction conducted field research in Erbil, Mosul, Kirkuk, Baghdad, Anbar, and Karbala from July 23-August 9, 2018 to assess the most pressing protection issues.