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.
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WHO Performance Undermined By Inadequate EU Collaboration
EU aid targets: Doomed to fail?
New EU Custom Regulation Might Allow Wrongful Seizures Of Generic Drugs In Transit, NGOs Say
A Lot of Aid Doesnât Work. Thatâs a Reason for Reform, Not Retrenchment
HIV/AIDS Intervention Packages in Five Countries: A Review of Budget Data
PEPFARâs Impending Leadership Transition
WHO vaccine preapproval opens door for China to global health market â PATH
Beijing works to spur global development
When we (rigorously) measure effectiveness, do we want accountability or learning? Update and dilemmas from an Oxfam experiment
‘Health systems through conflict and recovery’ 2014
Moving Migration into the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Via il reato di immigrazione illegale!
La violenza contro le donne Ã¨ una piaga globale
La violenza contro le donne e il ruolo dei sistemi sanitari
UNDP Study Calls On South Africa To Use TRIPS Flexibilities For Medicines Access
International Standard-Setting Policies Unclear On IP, US Study Finds
Brazilian Patent Reform Report Launched
Green Innovations, Owned By Developed Countries, Tied Up In Patents, Expert Says
UPOV Holds Weeklong Meetings As Civil Society Publishes Restricted Documents
How innovative financing can build climate resilience in Africa
Universal Health Coverage: Why health insurance schemes are leaving the poor behind
Coca-Colaâs EKOCENTERs showcase Atlanta as global health, development hub