News Link n. 66

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 66

First malaria vaccine in 2015?  

We Read the New World Bank Group Strategy, So You Don’t Have To

World Bank leadership in transition

TPP Leaders: Negotiations “On Track,” Pushing for 2013 Finish

At the Committee on World Food Security, despite acknowledging the evidence, the US and the EU refuse to act to eliminate harmful biofuels

Netherlands leads new push for climate-smart agriculture

FAO: Modernisation or Irrelevance  

FAO will cooperate with La Via Campesina, the largest movement of small-scale food producers in the world

UNICEF: Why we’re launching a new climate change campaign

Annual Meetings: Kim, Lagarde Talk Climate Change and Growth  

Green Climate Fund meets amid cash problems

African countries getting ready for Green Climate Fund  

Right To Benefits Of Science: Human Rights Meet IP Rights 

Perplexed About International Policy On GR, TK and TCEs? Here’s A Book 

JLME Issue on Institutional Corruption and the Pharmaceutical Industry  

Yunus sets deadline for an end to poverty

EU Development Goals Left In The Shadow Of Trade Policy

48 European civil society organisations endorse EU Manifesto on Global Health 

Universal health coverage, real or selective? Time for global health advocates to unite 

Health Equity and Financial Protection in Asia (live from Yogyakarta, Indonesia) 

(Some) work makes us sick: Some reflections on the International Day for Decent Work  

Polio eradication and the lens of established thought  

Transport and foreign aid: Big connection

Joris Voorhoeve appointed Chair of Oxfam International