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Weekly Snapshot of Public Health Challenges
Civil Society Organisations Say: EU trade deals must not undermine democratic rights
Aussie companies to lose right to sue under free trade pacts
Webinar registration: Tackling and preventing medical deserts with the Medical Deserts Diagnostic Tool Monday November 21st, 2022 Time: 12:00 – 13:00 (CET)
WHO, WIPO, WTO to hold technical symposium on response, preparedness to future pandemics
EMA recommends approval of VidPrevtyn Beta as a COVID 19 booster vaccine
Sustaining gains made in the HIV response as we fight Ebola
Trials of Three Ebola Candidate Vaccines Set for Uganda; India’s Covaxin Vaccine Still Suspended by WHO
Who killed the COVID vaccine waiver?
The Waiver that Wasn’t: Is the pharma lobby responsible?
How Do You Spell Deadlock? T-R-I-P-S
WHO Biosimilar Guidelines Are a Tepid Attempt to Improve Access and Affordability
Detecting falsified oral contraceptives by visual assessment and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (350–2500 nm): the need for supplementing traditional pharmacopeia techniques and the public health implications
The World Needs New Antibiotics. A Proposed US Program to Develop Them Would Pay Off 28:1
Uppsala Monitoring Center: Are you wondering how reporting side effects can help make medicines safer?
Déjà Vu: Within Our Grasp by Sharman Apt Russell
Colombia Votes to Tax Junk Food and Sugary Drinks
East Africa food crisis – Breaking the cycle of drought, hunger and famine
Human Rights Reader 655 FOR CENTURIES, CAPITALISM AND GENUINE DEMOCRACY WERE ADVERSARIES; HUMAN RIGHTS WERE NOT FORMALLY IN PLACE YET
#HealthToo as a research project established by Women in Global Health to document the stories of women health workers who have experienced Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) in their place of work
Are we really ‘one’ in ‘One Health’?
India’s rapid urbanization demands healthy urban planning: an opportunity to revive the WHO healthy cities approach?
At COP27 climate talks, slow progress stokes worry over final deal
African female farmers clamour to be heard at COP27
Climate Change is No ‘Future Scenario’ for Pacific Island Nations; Climate Change is ‘Real’
Rethinking Humanitarianism | Will countries hit by climate change finally get payouts at COP27?
Planet Health — climate crisis and the future of health care
Wild ambitions: countries meet in Panama to discuss future of planet’s species
Plastics on Track to Account for 20% of Oil and Gas Consumption by 2050
The Niger Delta’s Harsh Lessons: Fossil Fuels’ Harm to People and the Planet
Biggest rainforest nations form triple alliance to save jungle
Launch of EBRD Climate Adaptation Action Plan at COP27
Confronting the climate emergency with climate, trade and development policy in sync