Health Breaking News: Link 285

Health 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

Health Breaking News: Link 285


EU budget battle kicks off amid single instrument concerns 

EU budget breakdown: What you need to know 

Health deserves more, not less spending! | EPF-EPHA Joint Statement 

Budget downgrades EU aid policy, say development experts 

Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights 

USTR Priority Watch List calls out countries for protecting public health 

WHO donors in 2017 – US, Gates Foundation, UK, World Bank, GAVI, Germany and the European Commission: Setting the Agenda for Global Health? 

UNPO April 2018 newsletter 

A Health Funder Puts Women of Color Front and Center of Latest Work 

Maternal mortality in Asia-Pacific – 5 key facts 

From surviving to thriving: What evidence is needed to move early child-development interventions to scale? 

World Day for Safety and Health at Work 

Digital health in South Africa: innovating to improve health  

Grants to Tackle a Difficult—But Unavoidable—Issue: End-of-Life Care 

Mounting Debt Threatens Sustainable Development Goals 

Why corruption thrives at the local level: insights from Bangladesh and Nigeria 

Africa’s alternative path to development  

Big sugar and the ‘big flaw’ in Australia’s federal health programs 

What are the political drivers for GMOs in developing countries? 

Metropolis 2020: on the Way to 90-90-90 

The long and expensive fight to eradicate polio 

It’s (Past) Time We Prepare for the Next Pandemic 

Stepping up European action on vaccine-preventable diseases 

AI dengue prediction tool trialled in Asia, Latin America  

Ukraine Eyes Patent Law Reform After Civil Society Push On Medicines Access 

Patents Without Examination: A Bad Solution For The 21st Century 

Civil Society of Kyrgyzstan in the Fight for Availability and Affordability of Medicines

Civil Society Key In TRIPS Flexibility Implementation 

The Economist comes out in support of Universal Health Care – here are the best bits  

Climate change aid to poor nations lags behind Paris pledges 

9 out of 10 people worldwide breathe polluted air, but more countries are taking action 

Exposure to carcinogens at work in EU’s crosshairs 

Weak policies harming circular economy path in Africa 

GGGI assesses inclusive green development Belt and Road opportunities  

The new CAP: great promise or give-away? Notes on the leaked proposal