Book by the South Centre, 2020
Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Access To Medicines: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography (3rd Edition)
About the Book:
The South Centre seeks to provide appropriate technical assistance and country support to developing countries, within comprehensive and coherent national IP strategies to promote implementation of the TRIPS Agreement that is consistent with the protection of public health and the promotion of access to medicines. This selected and annotated bibliography has been prepared to assist developing countries to implement IP policies and regulations consistent with development goals and public health principles. The growing volume of literature on the issue of IP, R&D, human rights and access to medicines can help developing countries to find the opportunities and room for manoeuvre to protect their citizens from the unhealthy environment created by international trade rules. This bibliography is not an exhaustive list but it highlights some of the most pertinent works from the South views and perspectives. The selected references are a valuable instrument for those interested in promoting universal access to medical innovation.
Authors: Germán Velásquez, Carlos M. Correa and Vitor Ido
This article was tagged: Access to Medicines, Africa, Americas, Asia, Biologics, Counterfeit Medicines, Europe, Flexibilities, Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), Generic Medicines, Global Burden Diseases, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Intellectual Property, Middle East, Oceania, Pandemic, Pharmaceuticals, TRIPS, TRIPS-Plus Provisions, World Health Assembly (WHA), World Health Organization (WHO)