News Link n. 56

The news links are part of the research project GESPAM (Geopolitica, Salute Pubblica e Accesso alle Medicine/Geopolitics, Public Health and Access to Medicines), which aims to focus on the best options for the use of trade and government rules related to public health by resource-limited countries.


News Link 56

EU and US conclude first round of TTIP negotiations in Washington

Oxfam reaction: MEP vote not enough to stop EU biofuel policy fuelling hunger 

WHO Priority Medicines Report: a decline in pharmaceutical research and development productivity?

WHO, WTO, WIPO Heads Call For More Medical Innovation

DNDi & Cipla Advance Development of Paediatric 4-in-1 ARVs to Fulfill New WHO Guidelines 

What Should International Development Look Like After 2015?

Michael Cashman: Take a ‘blitzkrieg’ approach to SRHR

Meet UN Women’s new chief 

The fuss over intensified farming 

Ending Poverty Includes Tackling Climate Change

India will meet poverty reduction target by 2015: UN

Healthcare in Britain – first they came for the immigrants

WTO Aid For Trade Review Looks At LDCs And Value Chains

Mapping the Donor Landscape in Global Health: HIV/AIDS

“Trilateral” Symposium Addresses Topics Of Global Public Health And IP 

Using TRIPS flexibilities to facilitate access to medicines

Progress for Family Planning but 16Million Adolescent Pregnancies Left Behind 

Politica, migrazioni e salute: a farne le spese sono I più piccoli

What is ‘leverage’ (NGO-speak version) and why does it matter?

HEARD’s Research Director’s Report: Reflections on AIDS Conference

Why The G8 ‘Commitments’ Lacked Measurable Actions

Creating a Private Sector Development Model for the World to Follow

BRICS and global health: a call for papers

Ensuring food safety and nutrition security to protect consumer health: 50 years of the Codex Alimentarius Commission

Development assistance for health in Africa: are we telling the right story?