News Link n. 71

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 71

5 ways to fight resistance to sustainability, from Muhammad Yunus

Food security demands diversity  

Chi controlla l’industria di alimenti e bevande?

How a Toilet Makes Everyone Taller 

Grass-roots movements key to ending world’s toilet problem: UNICEF


Finding the urban crisis tipping point

The MPP: Working In Partnerships to Increase Access to Medicines

TPP Chief Negotiators’ Meeting Kicks Off as December Deadline Hastens  

Access to medicines in grave danger as Trans-Pacific Partnership talks continue 

TPP provisions on Injunctions, are the TRIPS exceptions in or out?

EU adopts seven-year environment strategy

European apathy spells end for corporate social responsibility rules

Parliament gives final approval to EU long-term budget

DAI: New kids on the EU bloc  26-27 November 2013  

Development Asia Interviews Ban Ki-Moon on the Post-2015 Development Agenda 

Climate change crisis fund to assist poor countries almost empty

Countries with poor tax collection may lose international aid, says Justine Greening 

Intrigues et jeux de pouvoir au cœur d’une grande organisation internationale 

India Weathering Doubts About Its Approach To Intellectual Property  

Cipla plans bigger international presence

GSK to invest Rs 864 crore to set up pharma unit in India

A Question Of Balance In IP Rights In South Africa

Comments Received To South Africa’s Process For New IP Policy

La salute non si compra, si fa insieme  

Better Health for Latin Americans  in Europe 

The drug and vaccine landscape for neglected diseases (2000—11): a systematic assessment

Policy Cures new factsheets on R&D and funding of diagnostics for neglected diseases and diarrhoeal diseases