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Why the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is still relevant, 70 years on
How can the UN become a Thought Leader again?
‘Transitioning from Global Fund Grants to Domestic Funds: a New Opportunity for Strengthening Health Products’ Procurement and Supply Chain Systems in Middle Income Countries?’ by Barbara Milani
Tanzania is first African country to reach an important milestone in the regulation of medicines
Could The Latest In Medical Treatment Be… A Roof? Medicaid Says Maybe
Moving Work On Social Determinants Of Health From Health Funders To Health Funder Partnerships
Journal of Public Health Volume 40, Issue suppl_2, December 2018
Experts Call For Global Accountability Mechanism For Access To Essential Medicines
A global accountability mechanism for access to essential medicines
Pharma and medical device lobbies stonewall on transparency as doctors and patients call for fines on companies hiding clinical trial results
OECD Report Presents Policies To Balance Innovation With Access To Medicines
Latest numbers of DRC Ebola as of 12 December 2018
Country-owned strategies to fight malaria
So Close, Yet So Far: Why is HIV/AIDS Funding Decreasing?
It is not our fault”: the plight of HIV positive adolescents in Cameroon – What difference can compassionate care make to HIV care for adolescents in LMICs?
Vaccines in the fight against AMR and access by vulnerable groups
Fostering synergies and strengthening joint efforts to fight AMR
The role of specialist nurses in the fight against AMR
Hospital pharmacists in the frontline against AMR
EMSA’s View on Antimicrobial Resistance
Medical students taking action on AMR
How the new CAP can support the reduction in use of farm antibiotics
Human rights in 2018 – ten issues that made headlines
Rethinking global poverty reduction in 2019
Associations between sex work laws and sex workers’ health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative studies
Nearly 30 million sick and premature newborns in dire need of treatment every year
The Global Compact on Migration: Dead on arrival?
163 states just approved the Global Compact for Migration. Now what?
Indigenous IP And Climate Change Subject Of New Book
No One Solution: A Climate Prize Hopes to Plant Many Seeds
The most important country for the global climate no one is talking about
Scientists decry lack of data on ocean pollution
Two of 196 signatory countries to Paris Agreement have raised their climate ambitions