PEAH News Flash 353

News Flash 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

News Flash 353


12th European Public Health Conference: Building bridges for solidarity and public health Marseille Chanot, Palais des Congrès et des Expositions, 114 Rond-Point du Prado, Marseille, France from 20-23 November 2019 

Video project: call for testimonies! The commodification of health, its mechanisms and its consequences on the health of the population 

The oversecuritization of global health: changing the terms of debate 

Want to flush away corporate impunity and ISDS? Now is your chance: Golden Toilets Brush Awards 

La più Cara del Reame 

Novartis, Dana Farber, Oregon Health & Science University Wait 18 Years to Disclose NIH Funding in Key Gleevec Patent 

The Medicines Patent Pool publishes intellectual property status of 18 drugs added to WHO Essential Medicines List 

Antibiotic resistance has trebled among animals in developing countries since 2000, report warns 

Opinion: It’s time to talk about the Ebola gold rush 

DRC Ebola update 

Measles Resurgence, Polio Persistence & HPV Vaccine Shortages Concern Health Experts 

4,000 People Die From Measles In DR Congo 

Bringing Health Innovations To Market Is Key In The Global Fight Against HIV/AIDS, Malaria And Tuberculosis 

Evidence-Based Process for Prioritizing Positive Behaviors for Promotion: Zika Prevention in Latin America and the Caribbean and Applicability to Future Health Emergency Responses 

Snakebite and its impact in rural communities: The need for a One Health approach 

Here’s how EMA can make clinical trial results reporting easier for universities 

Post-capitalists must understand the role of migration in global capitalism 

England and Australia Are Failing in Their Commitments to Refugee Health 

Human Rights Reader 499 

The Uncounted Victims of the War on Drugs 

Shocking Findings as World Commemorates World Mental Health Day 

Mental health for all in North India – it’s not so simple 

Knowledge gaps in the construction of rural healthy homes: A research agenda for improved low-cost housing in hot-humid Africa 

The World Loses $400 Billion of Food Before It Reaches Stores 

Nigerian farmers embrace technology to combat food insecurity 

Healthy homes: ‘The biggest health and business opportunity of a lifetime’ 

Friends of the Earth France Environmental Defenders 

How the Oceans and the Cryosphere are Under Threat and What it Means for Africa- IPCC Author Explains 

It’s Time For The Health Care System To Reckon With The Human Costs Of Climate Change 

In Hawaii, Where Climate Change is a Fact of Life, a Community Foundation Gets Proactive