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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SIMET (SocietÃ Italiana di Medicina Tropicale) Congresso Nazionale 28-30 novembre 2013 Torino
29th November 2013 Licensing of Climate Change related Technologies to Developing Countries: Options and Challenges
Wikileaksâ Release Of TPP Chapter On IP Blows Open Secret Trade Negotiation
Inside Views: Capture, Sunlight, And The TPP Leak
Celebrating Women and the Dignity of Family Planning
Oxfam welcomes progress to protect girls and women in emergencies
WHO, UNICEF Launch Largest-Ever Polio Vaccination Campaign In Middle East
Late night deal seals 2014 EU budget
ACTION PLAN ON DISABILITY , a process set up by the Dgcs in 2011
Immigrati, la loro “dote” ammonta a 1,5 miliardi di euro
As growth slows, developing countries face uncertainties over debt, UN conference told
Event Brings Business Perspective To Creating, Leveraging IP In Developing Countries
UK promotes business links in east Africa to end poverty
Coca-Cola to check Cambodia land-grab claim
Four Global Trends to Watch for in African Resource-Rich and Soon-To-Be-Rich Countries
Effective aid funding vital to fight malaria, says spending watchdog
WHO R&D âDemonstration Projectsâ: A Member State-driven step towards a sustainable global framework for neglected disease R&D
Poor countries left in the dark on climate finance: COP19
He who pays the piperâ¦
Is All Aid Good Aid?
Bill Gates and President Bill Clinton on the NSA, Safe Sex, and American Exceptionalism
Hey NGOs! Stop fighting with each other!