Breaking News 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
Breaking News: Link 192
69th WHA Agenda and PHM commentary
MSF Scientific Days: London 20 & 21 May 2016 at the Royal Society of Medicine. There will also be linked events in India (28 May) and Southern Africa (9 June)
Short training course for health and social activists 2nd – 4th June, 2016 | QMUL Whitechapel Campus, London. Organized by the International People’s HealthUniversity(IPHU) of the People’s Health Movement (PHM)/the Global Health Teaching Programmes of Queen Mary, University of London
Health is not for Sale! Watching Health Commercialization in Europe
“Tackling Drug-Resistant Infections Globally: Final Report and Recommendations”
MSF response to O’Neill report on antimicrobial resistance
The World Humanitarian Summit: What to expect
Challenges and Opportunities for the United Nations
FEAR OF TTIP, GLOBALISATION, OR A MIDDLE CLASS DOWNGRADE?
India Releases New Intellectual Property Policy; Reactions Building
Countries Must Reject Further Changes to the TPP That Would Worsen Access to Affordable Medicines
Is High Prescription Drug Spending Becoming Our New Normal?
A Turning Point in the Battle Against Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
UN health agency foresees low to moderate risk of Zika virus spread in Europe
Using data to guide the way to eliminate intestinal worms
Medicines Patent Pool has potential for wider scope
Colombia battles world’s biggest drugmaker over cancer drug
122 experts defend Colombia’s right to issue compulsory license on imatinib in face of U.S. pressure
HHS Issues Health Equity Final Rule
In One City, an Effort to Address the Nexus Between Housing and Health Gains Momentum
The income of the world’s poor is going up, but they’re $1 trillion poorer. What’s going on?
“Data Holds Power.” A Big Plan from Melinda Gates to Help Close the Gender Gap
Europe cannot walk away from its duty to provide asylum
EU ministers must change course on migration cooperation with Africa
Brazil and China roles in African farming explained
30 million children have lost their homes – they must not lose their education
New WHO Guidelines Aimed At Improving Care For FGM Survivors; Some African Men Speaking Out Against Practice
Women Deliver Kicks off with a Bang!
Corruption: Africa’s biggest threat to development
New UN-backed report cites climate change among factors fuelling internal displacement
Paris Agreement goals impossible without decisive action to protect forests rights
Countries begin work on operationalising Paris climate deal
Ban appoints Mexican diplomat to head UN climate change framework
Just How Much Are Private Funders Giving to Basic Science Research?
MEZIS ( (“Mein Essen zahl ich selbst”—I pay for my own lunch in German) Initiative