News Link n. 62

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 62

G20 leaves developing world behind in tax evasion fight

Hot Topics in the Intellectual Property Chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP): How Will Things Shake Out?

Trade Ministers, Leaders Give Push To TPP 

Climate makes a discreet comeback on the Brussels agenda

Universal health coverage within reach for developing countries

Global child mortality rates “halved”

PHM Global News, August 2013 

South Centre: Intellectual Property Negotiations Monitor – Issue No. 8, August 2013 

China-Africa Health Cooperation: A New Era?

WHO calls for research for universal health access

Innovative finance can boost global health R&D

WHO Now Charging Fees For Drug Prequalification, Raising Access Fears 

From rhetoric to action: Reaping gains through enhanced women’s land and property rights 

Why we should care about women’s right to land

Recommendations towards an integrated, life-course approach to women’s health in the post-2015 agenda

At the crossroads: transforming health systems to address women’s health across the life course 

Food price fears push EU lawmakers to put a lid on biofuels growth

Oxfam reaction: MEPs’ biofuel compromise is not enough to tackle hunger in poor countries

Biofuels project pushing thousands of people into hunger in Africa

To Feed the World in 2050, We Need to Discuss Agriculture at UN Climate Change Talks 

Growing Share of HIV/AIDS Burden Shifts to Changing Group of Regions 

Survey: 7 out of 8 persons say US residents should not pay more than other high income countries for NIH funded drugs

How to ensure access to good quality, safe and effective medical products in the African Region

‘Strategic Philanthropy’ Shifts Too Much Power to Donors

How realtime evaluation can sharpen our work in fragile states

Will there actually be an aid minister under Abbott?