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G7 Ise-Shima Leaders’ Declaration G7 Ise-Shima Summit, 26-27 May 2016 

No guts from G7 leaders to tackle one of the biggest threats to global health 

Live web stream from Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly (WHA69) 

WHA69: Draft resolution (A69/B/CONF./7) on CEWG follow-up charts course for WHO’s work on R&D

WHO Drafting Group Agrees Resolution On Health R&D   

Drug Pricing, Generics Figure Into WHO Strategies On HIV, Hepatitis 

WHO 69th World Health Assembly: Agenda item 15.1 – HIV and viral hepatitis, 2016 – 2021

A make-or-break moment for the first viral hepatitis strategy  

WHA69 Agenda and PHM Commentary Index 

Unaffordable Medicines Now Global Issue; System Needs Change, Panellists Say 

WHO to Colombia Minister of Health: Unaffordable drug prices are a legitimate reason for issuing a compulsory license

WHA 69: Colombian Minister of Health Calls on WHO to Support Sustainable Model for Health, Regulation of Monopolies 

WHO Aims To Reform Itself But Health Experts Aren’t Yet Impressed 

Initiative To Find New Antibiotics Being Launched At WHA 

COHRED: Research Fairness Initiative 

World Bank Group Launches Groundbreaking Financing Facility to Protect Poorest Countries against Pandemics 

Investing in health is not cheap, but it is not a luxury either 

DevExplains: The World Humanitarian Summit 

World Humanitarian Summit: What was achieved and what work remains? 

New deal on humanitarian financing signed at summit in Istanbul 

UN’s aid summit is a ‘big circus’ that won’t live up to its ambitions, says MSF head 

Getting humanitarian action right for women and girls – Statement by UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka – 20 May 2016 

Lake Chad Basin is world’s most neglected humanitarian crisis: U.N. aid chief 

Human Rights Reader 387 

Taming the Pentagon and More: A Funder’s Quest to Build a New Peace Movement 

HIV 2016: HIV and Non-Communicable Diseases — Opportunities and Challenges Thursday, May 26, 2016 | 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM The New York Academy of Sciences 

Why the vaccination supply chain needs reform 

Vaccine rolled out in Philippines offers new hope against dengue 

Big pharmas cautious on Zika vaccine development 

Preventing A Thousand Flints: Getting Reform Of Chemical Regulation Right 

WE MOVE EUROPE Join the movement of 304930 Europeans 

Climate change and health. Improving Resilience and Reducing Risks 

Climate change takes center stage at Exxon, Chevron annual meetings  

Let’s get together: 4 ways to unite the humanitarian, development & climate agendas 

Understanding How Payment And Benefit Designs Work Together In Health Care