News Link n. 75

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 75

International development in 2014

Development cooperation in 2013: A year in review

Pascal Lamy: How trade can work better for development

Synergies between trade, biodiversity, and climate change in the Post-2015 Development Agenda 

High Hopes for the Green Climate Fund: 5 Messages on Private Sector Engagement 

Do it like Britain — Paul Collier on how EU can help the bottom billion

The joy of facts and figures

New law a setback for Uganda’s HIV response

MSF responds to G-FINDER survey on R&D funding for neglected diseases 

An Emerging Leader: Germany’s Role in Neglected and Poverty-related Disease R&D

Developing Countries Lack Capacity To Take Advantage Of Marrakesh Treaty  

A Results-Based Financing Duo: The World Bank and Global Fund

Global health icon says aid must build local systems  

Berne Declaration: Clinical trials (special edition)

The Implementation of Exhaustion Policies: Lessons from National Experiences 

Five Reasons Why ‘Food’ Is A Massive Global Health Issue

FAO: Make a shift from business-as-usual in animal disease control

TTIP Leak Illustrates Depth Of “Enhanced Regulatory Cooperation” As NGOs Sound Off 

A major step backward for anti-AIDS in India

Millions in aid to China criticized

US Move on Livestock Antibiotics Includes Possibly Fatal Loophole

Financing Essential HIV Services: A New Economic Agenda

A Policy Dialogue On Connected Health

Are volunteer programs empowering — or exploitative?