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Latest News Releases

Nov 19, 2015
Following the devastating attacks that took place last week in France and Lebanon, the international community must stand together to protect vulnerable people around the world.  For Syria's displaced population, the need for ongoing humanitarian assistance and a comprehensive political solution is...
Nov 12, 2015
InterAction releases online toolkit on the G20 Summit, the ongoing crisis in Syria and refuge aid efforts. WASHINGTON – This weekend (Nov. 15-16) leaders from the world's 20 largest advanced and emerging economies will meet in Antalya, Turkey to discuss policy and economic issues of vital...

Latest Issue Briefs and Reports

Nov 19, 2015
To help dispell some of the many myths surrounding efforts to assist Syrian refugees, InterAction -- the largest U.S. alliance of international NGOs -- has released a short fact sheet for policymakers, members of the press and civil society advocates. Members of the press with questions should...
Nov 18, 2015
InterAction strongly condemns the devastating attacks on civilians that took place last week in France and Lebanon and all indiscriminate violence against civilians. The international community must stand together at this critical juncture to protect vulnerable people around the world.  

Latest Multimedia

Nov 10, 2015
November 15-16, leaders from the world's major advanced and emerging economies will meet in Antalya, Turkey. It remains uncertain, however, how prominently the historic crisis in Syria will feature on the official agenda. This follows a recent call by EU leaders for the G20 to develop a more...
Nov 09, 2015
The ongoing conflict in Syria – now in its fifth year – has forced more than half of all Syrians to flee their homes. As of October 2015, nearly 4.2 million people had sought refuge in Syria’s neighboring countries, including Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt. Hundreds of thousands of Syrian...

Latest Member News

Nov 03, 2015
BALTIMORE, Nov. 3, 2015—Lutheran World Relief, an international humanitarian organization working with partners on the ground in 35 countries, today announced that Geraldine (“Geri”) Sicola has joined the organization as the Vice President for Strategic Partnerships and External Relations. In her...
Oct 29, 2015
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, 29 October 2015 – The University of Central Asia (UCA) is rapidly progressing to complete the construction of its second campus in Tajikistan, scheduled to be ready by 2017, at a total capital layout of $94.4 million. Alongside a $64.4 million commitment from the Aga Khan...

Latest Blogs

Afghanistan Earthquake: Homeless Families face bitter winter

The world has moved on, but on the ground in northern Afghanistan, we still sharply feel the impact of the October 26 earthquake, especially as the cold sinks in and families huddle together in tent shelters.

G20 2015: Agreements without Actions?

Given the current Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey and throughout Europe, it seemed fitting that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan set the agenda of the 2015 G20 summit.

Latest InterAction in the News

Nov 17, 2015
On Nov. 17, NPR Editor Malak Gharib talked with InterAction Vice President for Humanitarian Policy and Practice Joel Charny about how the Paris terrorist attacks could affect fundraising for Syrian refugees.   The terrorist attack in Paris has many victims — and some of them may be Syrian...
Nov 15, 2015
By Michael Igoe   International relief organizations hope the G-20 meeting in Antalya, Turkey, on Nov. 15-16 will provide the “spark of political leadership” necessary to deal with a Syrian refugee crisis that is fast spiraling out of control.   Syria’s war has driven 7 million people to flee their...