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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45.8 MILLION ENSLAVED. WILL YOU JOIN THE NUMBER FIGHTING IT?
June 2, 2016: Civil Society urges Member States to defend the need for a critical review of the intellectual property system and incentives for medical innovation
World Humanitarian Summit: Laudable, But Short on Hard Political Commitments
Climate information for improving health outcomes: a live webcast 8-10 June open to all
EU states will be asked to ratify climate deal in June
Palm oil production up, as forests pay the price
WHO: Public health round-up
2016 HIGH-LEVEL MEETING ON ENDING AIDS United Nations General Assembly New York 8-10 June 2016
UNAIDS announces 2 million more people living with HIV on treatment in 2015, bringing new total to 17 million
UNAIDS: Global AIDS Update 2016
When and why women might suspend PrEP use according to perceived seasons of risk: implications for PrEP-specific risk-reduction counselling
UNAIDS calls for sustained investment and increased collaboration to develop an HIV vaccine
Large-Scale HIV Vaccine Trial to Launch in South Africa
WHO experts urge fairer pricing of ‘unaffordable’ hepatitis C cure
WHO-Led Study: Hepatitis C Treatment Unaffordable Globally, Threatens Health Systems
House Zika Response Hurts Clean Water Protections, Underfunds CDC Effort
Defining the syndrome associated with congenital Zika virus infection
The role of the law in reducing tuberculosis transmission in Botswana, South Africa and Zambia
Good Luck With That One: A Funder’s Latest Challenge to Big Pharma
Priority-setting for achieving universal health coverage
What’s the Rockefeller Foundation Doing for Women’s Advancement in Corporations?
4 framing questions for women’s economic empowerment
How can health ministries present persuasive investment plans for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health?
Come On, People, Talk to Each Other: The Latest Effort to Foster Collaboration on Health
Should donors pay locally hired staff less to avoid government ‘brain drain’?
June 14, 2016 European Parliament Conference to Discuss Minority Rights and Regional Cooperation in South East Asia
Health Affairs Forum: Global Health
New resource for evaluation of global health research
Does A ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ Formulary Policy Make Sense?
Europe Medicines Group Joins Initiative To Fight Fake Medicines
Innovation for healthy ageing: a call for papers
ANDI: First Call for Identification and Prioritization of Local Technologies in Africa