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Breaking News Links, as part of the research project PEAH (Policies for Equitable Access to Health), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings

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Some reflections on International Women’s Day from one of the many dumb males on this globe

Seminar: Putting Women’s Global Status on the Map: The WomanStats Project


Measuring Maternal Health in a Post-MDG World

Zimbabwe Launches Film on Rape Survivors Plight

Tears from Inside – Documentary Trailer

What to watch for in U.S. climate plan for Paris

In TPP, USTR Seeks To Boost Criminal Remedies Against IP Infringement

TTIP ‘threat to people’s health in UK and across Europe’

EU ministers must shape overseas aid policy wisely

Towards AGOA 2.0

Industrial Policies for the Upper-Middle-Income Countries

Opinion: The World Sees Progress Against Undernutrition, but it’s Uneven

Will Indian generic pharma players live up to their billing?

Make in India: Modi Launches New Vaccine

Effective Public Engagement To Improve Palliative Care For Serious Illness

The youth holds the future of development

WHO strives to provide universal access to immunization in the African Region by 2020

View on Private Sector: Insurance for the next Ebola

6 experts tasked to assess WHO’s Ebola response

Don’t squander lessons learned from Ebola outbreak, say advocates

This smart ‘band-aid’ could help the world beat Ebola

WHO: Sugars intake for adult and children Guideline

Political leaders and economists to tackle corporate tax avoidance through new independent commission

“Almost all” developing countries now vulnerable to financial crisis: sobering new report

Enabling Dynamic Partnerships through Joint Degrees between Low- and High-Income Countries for Capacity Development in Global Health Research: Experience from the Karolinska Institutet/Makerere University Partnership

Surveillance Report: Measles and Rubella Monitoring