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UNHCR Alarmed at Impact of U.S. Refugee Program Suspension 

Trump’s immigration crackdown: the global impact  

How Will President Trump’s Executive Orders Affect Development? CGD Experts Consider the Evidence 

3 Ways Trump’s Travel Ban Could Affect Humanitarian Aid Workers 

Why Trump’s draft executive order to slash UN funding should be treated seriously, though with caution 

Repealing The ACA Could Worsen The Opioid Epidemic 

Exchange Stabilization Bills Represent New GOP Approach To ACA 

A Look Forward To Health Care In 2017: Top Five Trends 

Trump Basically Just Admitted He’s Ditching His Promise to Renegotiate Prescription Drug Prices 

Moment of Truth: Will Foundations Come Together to Fight Trump? 

The Obama Foundation Launches With Lobbyists and Wall Street at the Wheel 

Desperately Needed: More Nurses. So What’s the Role of Philanthropy? 

Gates, Mastercard launch new platform for smallholder farmers 

Conference: Chinese counter-terrorism policy: Impacts and dangers for Tibetans and Uyghurs 8 February 2017 – 11:00 – 14:00 Altiero Spinelli A5G-1 European Parliament, Brussels 

Human Rights Reader 405 

UNPO Nesletter December/January edition 

How can the sustainable development goals improve the lives of people affected by conflict? 

Breaking down the barriers to universal health coverage 

UN High-Level Panel, Medicines Access Find Foothold At World Health Assembly In May 

Gates Foundation, KEI Enter Into Official Relations With WHO 

Resolution On Compulsory Licences For Patented Medicines Passes In Chile 

Feb 24, 2017 – U.S. History, Experiences, and Prospects of Compulsory Licensing of Medical Patents 

Merck reveals seven years of its U.S. drug price increase history 

Médecins Sans Frontières Partners with TB Alliance in Three-Country Study 

The Medicines Patent Pool Announces First Licence for Tuberculosis Treatment 

Zika vaccine could be delayed, unaffordable after US Army grants exclusive rights to pharma company 

Pneumonia: “What haunts me is knowing how different it can be for each child, depending on where he or she lives” 

British Scientists: Drug-resistant Malaria Cases ‘A Warning For Africa’ 

SHAPING THE WORLD – A pivotal moment in research and innovation for global health 

Michael Marmot: Do something. Do more. Do better (interview) 

Michael Marmot: Closing the gap (interview) 

European Commission: EU “On Track” for 2020 Renewables Goal 

CDC’s canceled climate change conference is back on – thanks to Al Gore