The development of humanitarian values was initially driven by the need to find a common values-based framework for humanitarian actors. While the significance of contemporary humanitarianism is never in question, its principles and values continue to develop along with increasing understanding of the complexity of the humanitarian action—and also its limitations. The globalization and industrialization of modern humanitarianism shaped its current trends: the professionalization and the humanitarian accountability. Accountability is understood as using power and resources responsibly, engaging stakeholders in the decision-making, and eliciting their feedback at every step of the humanitarian interventions, or “nothing about us without us!”