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Health at a Glance 2015 

WHO: public health round- up 

Gender, health and the Sustainable Development Goals 

Visualizing health progress and disparities in China  

Trade, Health, And Tobacco Exceptionalism: The TPP Tobacco Carve-Out 

European Parliament: It is not healthy: Mending the broken medicines innovation model December 2 @ 12:45 pm – 3:00 pm 

Medicines Patent Pool Expands To Include Hepatitis C, Tuberculosis 

Access: MSF launches global action against Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline to cut the price of the pneumonia vaccine 

LDC Coordinator Thanks WTO For ‘Accountability To Humanity’ On Pharma IP 

The Impact of Free Trade Agreements between Developed and Developing Countries on Economic Development in Developing Countries: A Rapid Evidence Assessment 

The Impact of Publicly Supported Private Finance on Development And Poverty Reduction In Africa: Case of Rwanda & Zambia 

Refugee and migrant crisis 

EU turning blind eye to violence against women migrants  

WHO Officially Declares Sierra Leone Ebola-Free 

An insecticide-treated bed-net campaign and childhood malaria in Burkina Faso 

Ban appoints ‘veteran UN senior leader’ Benomar as his Special Adviser 

Is the World Bank’s Inspection Panel working the way it should? 

AIIB chief reveals global ambitions 

Anti-TTIP petition signed by 3 million people 

Making trade and environment policies work for Africa 

Facility-based active management of the third stage of labour: assessment of quality in six countries in sub-Saharan Africa 

Restricted aid access pushes parts of South Sudan back to the brink of famine 

Local innovations and country ownership for sustainable development 

Implementation of information and communication technologies for health in Bangladesh 

Is a Blame-the-Victim Mentality Choking off Funding for Lung Cancer Research? 

The right to water in the slums of Mumbai, India 

Rising temperatures could drive 100m into extreme poverty, World Bank warns 

Averting climate change’s health effects in Fiji 

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

Technology in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement and beyond