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Analysing Proposals for Reform of the Global Health Architecture 

Time for Action: Shifting the paradigm towards integrated, people-centred health systems 

Lean: A Comprehensive Approach To The Transformation Our Health Care System Needs 

Italy to receive most EU funding for migrant crisis 

Trans-Pacific Partnership could pose risk to public healthcare, leaked draft shows 

WikiLeaks raising reward funds for insiders’ tips on TTIP 

EU, Vietnam reach deal to boost trade  

You Ask, We Answer: What Would US Global Health Reform Really Look Like?  

Why women deserve to be counted 

Measuring change in women’s participation and leadership under the SDGs: why indicators must be ambitious 

Getting women actively involved in climate change mitigation 

Obama Takes Lead on Climate Change Ahead of U.N. Talks in Paris 

Rich nations’ climate plans fall short of hopes for Paris summit 

IEA: Technology roadmap – Wind Energy 

Opinion: The Road to Paris and the Path to Renewable Energy 

Global Stakes, Local Fights: A Funder Takes on Climate Change In Its Home Region 

La Marine Strategy inizia a diventare operativa 

Re-examining ‘Green Light’ Subsidies in the Wake of New Green Industrial Policies 

Laudato Si’ Encyclical letter by Pope Francis on Care for our Common Home – Chapter two 

IMF Executive Board Reforms the Fund’s Policy on Poverty Reduction Strategies in Fund Engagement with Low-Income Countries 

Global Fund News Flash 

Mexico’s Anti-Poverty Programmes Are Losing the Battle 

Calls for greater collaboration to tackle food security 

UN stands firm in face of hunger stats accusation 

Improving Patient Safety Through The National Action Plan For Adverse Drug Event Prevention 

Defeating The ZIP Code Health Paradigm: Data, Technology, And Collaboration Are Key 

CORSO DI MALATTIE TROPICALI E MEDICINA INTERNAZIONALE Brescia, dal 2 novembre al 20 novembre 2015 

A Quiet Revolution in the Treatment of Childhood Diarrhea 

How to beat the next Ebola 

Ebola’s victims of the future: pregnant women  

HIV/TB Counselling: Who’s Doing the Job? Time for Recognition of Lay Counsellors

Africa advances toward a polio-free continent