News Link n. 58

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 58

Barroso protégé to oversee EU development policy

A new political portfolio for “global issues”?

Health-in-All policies: From rhetoric to seizing opportunities?

Pharma industry downplays lobbyism with patient groups

The BRICS lead by example in global governance reforms

Analysis: The future of food aid

The poorest countries are under renewed threat from WTO rules on access to medicines (and yes, this is 2013) 

How Africa Can Transform Land Tenure, Revolutionize Agriculture, and End Poverty 

African governments still underfunding health  

Development post-2015: What role for African diaspora?

WHO urges governments to act on hepatitis threat

1 million reasons to close the hepatitis policy gap in Asia

WHO Members Meet On Poor Quality Medicines 

OMS in balia dei privati. I timori del non-profit

The Lancet Global Health August 2013 issue

WIPO General Assembly Left To Decide Future Work Of TK Committee

ECOSOC Tackles HIV/AIDS, NCDs, Science & Tech For Development

Concerns Raised Over Potential Threat of Investment Agreements

Se Big Pharma corteggia gli studenti in medicina

Perché Cuba ce la fa

Asia needs to be deeply involved in Africa vision

Intel and Global Fund Start Partnership on AIDS and Malaria Research

German government negotiations with India on future development cooperation

MPP Annual Report 2012