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Commission ISDS report: Fireworks for the new year 

Afghanistan: Uphill struggle for female aid workers 

(How) Can We Reduce Violence Against Women by 50% over the Next 30 Years?

Global Fund chair: Development aid should not be about figures, but about people  

3 ways to fast-track UHC in the developing world

Is Community Health Insurance the shortest path towards Universal Health Coverage in Africa?  

11 ways the public and private sector can work together to improve health care  

3 breakthrough agreements will underpin the post-2015 agenda 

UN climate meet clinches decision, Paris deal up for negotiation 

OXFAM: COP20 Lima  

The one big concept complicating the Lima climate talks

Global North-South divide shows signs of closing at Lima COP 

The environmental implications of China’s new bank

Africa’s elite exploit Chinese development aid, study reveals 

New Leader of UN Ebola Response Appointed  

Global emergency fund would have helped fight Ebola, World Bank says

Responding to Ebola’s Long-Term Threat to Development 

What You Did (and Didn’t) Hear at the Congressional Ebola Hearing 

Bayer and DNDi Sign First Agreement to Develop an Innovative Oral Treatment for Human River Blindness 

IFPMA: Global Health Matters 

MSF responds to Indian Supreme Court decision upholding production of affordable cancer drug  

Spotlighting racism, stigma, UN launches International Decade of People of African Descent  

Inequality hurts economic growth, finds OECD research

G-FINDER 2014 report released   

The ACTA and the Plurilateral Enforcement Agenda: Genesis and Aftermath  

Will India, US Bridge Divide Over Intellectual Property Rights? 

Follow the Money: Corruption and Graft Punish the Poor, Undermine Development, and Corrode Honest Governance