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UN climate conference adopts declaration for action
Global Security Leaders Have Some Climate Change Advice For Donald Trump
Climate Change and Clean Energy in the 2030 Agenda: What Role for the Trade System?
Paris climate deal at risk unless countries step up plans, says watchdog
5 things you need to know about climate change and hunger
What does Trump mean for development aid?
Trump should be good medicine for the pharmaceutical industry. Here’s why
Opinion: Trump, the anti-Obama for Africa
Think Blue: A Way Forward for Liberal Philanthropy in the Age of Trump
Who’s afraid of Mr Trump?
CETA is ‘no gold standard’ finds report, ahead of vote in Parliament
Conferenza CUAMM “La valutazione dei progetti di cooperazione sanitaria internazionale. Teorie, esperienze e prospettive future”, Padova 2 dicembre 2016, sede centrale dell’Università
TRIPS Council Meets on Public Health, Access to Medicines
Access To Medicine Index Finds Progress In Pharma’s Efforts
Which Big Drug Companies Are Helping the Poor? Here’s the List
WTO ‘Paragraph 6’ System For Affordable Medicine: Time For Change?
KEI December 2, 2016 meeting on the delinkage of R&D costs from drug prices
A year of Agenda 2030: The progress and challenges of the SDGs so far
Defining The Health Care System’s Role In Addressing Social Determinants And Population Health
Is health a human right or a citizen’s right?
How Can Finance Ministries Support a Sustainable HIV Response? Live stream 28 November 2016
The Medicines Patent Pool Announces First World Health Organization Prequalification Submissions for Generic Dolutegravir
Act fast to get life-saving antivirals
Nigeria Will Become Polio-Free: Challenges, Successes, and Lessons Learned for the Quest to Eradicate Polio
MSF welcomes Pfizer’s pneumonia vaccine price reduction for children in humanitarian emergencies
WHO welcomes global health funding for malaria vaccine
Good news: Measles vaccine saved lives of 20 million kids
Letter to President Obama on TPP Biologics
WHO: World Antibiotic Awareness Week
Open defecation in India: forcing people to stop is not the solution