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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MSF Director: ‘We are losing the battle’ for cheap drugs in developing world
MSF urges South Africa to stand strong in defiance of aggressive pharma moves to delay change
Wanted: a new model to encourage pharmaceutical innovation
UN shifts approach to help Sahelâs 20 million hungry
Europe-wide opposition to the Syngenta patent on pepper plants
Africa: New Era Possible in EU Development Aid
EU seals free trade deal with West Africa
Move On Data Protection Or Fail On TTIP, EU Parliament Chair Says
Quando i cinesi muoiono di lavoro. A Prato
Chinese development financing to Africa: An update
For an upside of Sino-Japanese rivalry, look to developing Africa
International development aid: a ‘hand out’ or a ‘leg up’?
Does US aid have a double standard for procurement?
SOTU 2014: The Developmentista Edition
Riforma della Cooperazione, Il Manifesto
Bill Gates is wrong, the rich-poor divide is only getting wider
No universal health coverage without strong local health systems
Protecting policy space for public health nutrition in an era of international investment agreements
Why 2014 is a key year for women’s rights and gender equality
African Union Executive Council: African Candidatures within the International System
WIPO Director General Election: How It Works
WIPO CASE – Centralized Access to Search and Examination
Indigenous Panel At WIPO Asks For International Instrument Compliant With Their Recognised Rights
Why donât humanitarian NGOs want free science advice?
Health Affairs Connected Health Briefing: Reminder And Webcast Information
Successes And Missing Links In Connected Health
Payors In Care Delivery: When Does Vertical Integration Make Sense?