Breaking News: Link 127

Breaking News Links, as part of the research project GESPAM (Geopolitica, Salute Pubblica e Accesso alle Medicine/Geopolitics, Public Health and Access to Medicines), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings 


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EU private and public banks unite against FTT  

A challenge to global leaders: Rewrite corporate tax rules to close wealth gap 

India should not yield ground on IPR regime  

Biosimilars Present Opportunity, Challenge For Developing Countries, UNCTAD Group Says   

Developing countries urged to produce TB vaccines locally 

WHO Report: Access, Affordability Of Medicines Key To Reducing Non-Communicable Diseases  

The 1990 World Development Report: How Poverty Looks 25 Years Later   

Australia a leader on trade but lags on environment in development index 

Helen Clark: ‘Davos must look at how war and climate change affect poverty’

Davos: UN launches $1 billion appeal for global Ebola response 

The secret to curing West Africa from Ebola is no secret at all

We need a new global response to pandemics 

Johnson & Johnson Announces Formation of Ebola Vaccine Development Consortia, Gains Funding from Innovative Medicines Initiative  

EU research efforts at front line of fight against Ebola 

Preparing for Post-Ebola Economic Recovery 

8 Ways Davos Is Urging World Leaders To Ask The Big Questions 

World Economic Forum publishes 14-point plan to tackle global inequality 

Put children at heart of global agenda, UNICEF challenges Davos   

MSF calls on GSK and Pfizer to slash pneumo vaccine price to $5 per child for poor countries ahead of donor meeting  


Human Rights Reader 353  

La tortura. Il tradimento dell’etica medica 

TTIP is ‘big bonanza’ for developing countries, EU claims 

West Africa starts implementing the Common External Tariff  

From Joint Thinking to Joint Action: A Call to Action on Improving Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene for Maternal and Newborn Health 

Tracking Rural Health Facility Financial Data in Resource-Limited Settings: A Case Study from Rwanda