Activists demand universal access to medicines — science must benefit all!

Life without medicines is no party: Activists call on governments across the world to join the #Science4All “party” to make treatment available to all.

Read More →

Pressure builds on WHO to show leadership on access to medicines

Frustrated at the lack of commitment by the World Health Organization (WHO) on intellectual property and access to medicines, civil society organizations are making their views known. With a decision on the shortlist for the new WHO Director General imminent, HIV treatment and health activists are calling for strong leadership on issues related to innovation, intellectual property and access to health commodities, including medicines.

Read More →

Online training course: Addressing intellectual property barriers in African countries

Applications are invited for participation in the AIDS & Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) and International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) 2016 online training course on “Addressing Intellectual Property Barriers in African countries: Improving Access to sustainable availability & access to affordable, quality, safe & efficacious essential medicines”.

Read More →

Page 1 of 1 · Total posts: 3