The news links are part of the research project GESPAM (Geopolitica, Salute Pubblica e Accesso alle Medicine/Geopolitics, Public Health and Access to Medicines), which aims to focus on the best options for the use of trade and government rules related to public health by resource-limited countries
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On the Wrong Side of Globalization
Interview With Hans Hogerzeil: Recognising Good Practices Of Pharma
EU Parliament To Vote On Compulsory Publishing Of Clinical Trial Data
Medicines Made in India Set Off Safety Worries
Letâs go the distance: Investing in partnerships for a healthier future
Devex Reporters Discuss Public-Private Partnerships In U.S. Foreign Aid
Does health aid reach the poor?
Will It Be Famine or Feast for Africa As Big Food Retailers Look to the Continent?
If China Sneezes, Africa Can Now Catch a Cold
AFRICAâS YOUNGEST BILLIONAIRE JOINS INITIATIVE FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTâS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Addressing Violence Against Women and Children Is Critical to Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation and the Millennium Development Goals
Moment ‘ripe’ for improving women’s access to finance
MakaPads Helping Disadvantaged Girls And Women In Uganda
African women and girls at the grassroots – Their say on their world post 2015
Promozione della salute o profitto a ogni costo: una terza via Ã¨ possibile?
What nonprofits can learn from Coca-Cola
The Gates Foundation’s Hypocritical Investments
IMF: To solve inequality, tax food, books and funerals
Beginning of the end of the neoliberal approach to development
Global health philanthropy and institutional relationships: how should conflicts of interest be addressed?
Forests crucial to green growth
Breeders’ Group CIOPORA Redefining Its Position On IP
WHO and regional malaria experts reiterate warning about drug resistance