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The Global Conflicts to Watch in 2015 

What We Learned About Climate Change In 2014 

12 Reasons for Climate Optimism This Holiday Season 

EU finally agrees on 2015 budget, but development funding remains in limbo  

The year of sustainable development  

Post-2015 Development Agenda Latest

Durham Health Summit Commentary Governance for Health in a Changing World 10-11 November 2014, Durham University

Reality of Aid 2014 Global Report: Rethinking Partnerships in a Post-2015 World: Towards Equitable, Inclusive and Sustainable Development

Development through investment? A briefing on current reform efforts at BIO-Invest  

The State of Finance for Developing Countries, 2014

Human Rights Reader 351  

UN Human Rights Council and U.S. Senators slam World Bank draft safeguards  

Atul  Gawande: What ails  India’s public health system   

Building health policy and systems research capacity in India: the KEYSTONE approach  

Ebola crisis update 18th December 2014 

Battle against Ebola to go ‘mini, local’ — experts

At the epicenter of the Ebola crisis: Africa’s response – good, bad, not nearly enough or still too early to tell? 

A Preliminary Assessment of the African Ebola response 

Donors and WHO responded too slowly to West Africa Ebola outbreak 

Uruguay’s Infant Social Security 

Cause-of-death study shows progress – albeit unequal– and big red flags

Lifestyle diseases are a worrying killer in developing countries

OECD praises UK for its effort to fight global poverty

Why the next world war will be fought over food 

Nuovi farmaci contro l’epatite C. Quali costi? Quale trasparenza? 

A global conspiracy of health