PEAH News Flash 360

News Flash 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

News Flash 360


The economy of well-being: between European objectives and national realities 

The Bretton Woods Institutions, 75 years on: reform or risk irrelevance 

25 November 2019, WHO reform EB 146/33: Involvement of non-State actors in WHO’s governing bodies. Report by the Director-General

Web consultation with non-State actors on their participation in WHO governance 

Information session to non-State actors: WHO Headquarters, Geneva Salle D on Monday 16 December 10:00-12:00 Geneva time. If you wish to participate, please register for the session 

WHO response to WTO member state challenges on tobacco, food and beverage policies 

Labelling changes in response to a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 

WHO: public health round-up 

$262 million subsidy should not go to pharma giants Pfizer and GSK for pneumococcal vaccine 

Opinion: Step up the fight against HIV 

HIV treatment access isn’t rising fast enough to reach 2020 targets, UNAIDS report shows 

HIV treatment for children to be produced for under one dollar a day 

Samoa shuts down government as measles death toll rises to 53 

DRC Ebola update 

Swine fever raises fears of bird flu pandemic 

ONE HEALTH: Awareness to Action – Antimicrobial and Anthelmintic Resistance Conference, Dublin, 27 November 2019 – Proceedings 

Health workers’ education and training to prevent antimicrobial resistance 

Time for $5: GeneXpert diagnostic tests 

More pregnant women and children protected from malaria, but accelerated efforts and funding needed to reinvigorate global response, WHO report shows 

Meeting the needs of people with physical disabilities in crisis settings 

Human Rights Reader 506 

Thirty years of children’s rights – what has Europe achieved? 

Why No Talk of an Inequality Emergency? By Ted Schrecker 

Biofortified Food, a Business Boost for Smallholder Farmers 

Care for Economic Development, Then Care for Food Nutrition, Food Researcher Tells Africa’s Politicians 

Fixing the Business of Food 

Africa’s Civil Society Calls for Action as COP25 Kicks off in Madrid 

Why COP25 matters to the emergency aid sector 

Countries are ‘exposed and vulnerable’ to health impacts of climate change 

Agricultural emissions: Not enough cash for solutions