Issues

South Bulletin 101, 18 April 2018

AMR: The gravest threat to global health

Antibiotic resistance—and the broader antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – is a silent but major killer. In fact it is emerging as the most serious threat to global health, with experts warning of a “post-antibiotics apocalypse”.

This special issue of South Bulletin focuses on the AMR crisis, especially on how it affects developing countries—and the great challenges on fighting this threat.

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IP Negotiations Monitor 24, April 2018

The IP Negotiations Monitor summarizes the latest developments in multilateral and regional fora where intellectual property negotiations are taking place, and informs on upcoming meetings and events.

(Covering period: January – March 2018)

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SC Debate, 13 April 2018

Title:              Revolution Required: G7 Policies and Their Implications for Global Stability and Growth

Date:              Friday, 13 April 2018, 15H-18H

Venue:           Room XXII, United Nations, Geneva

Organizer:     The South Centre

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Policy Brief 46, March 2018

Outcomes of the 142nd session of the WHO Executive Board

The 142nd session of the WHO Executive Board discussed several critical public health issues including a recommendation to the WHA to approve the General Program of Work (GPW), the adoption of important decisions relating to access to medicines and research and development and a draft resolution on the preparation of the UN High Level Meeting on Tuberculosis.

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SC Side Event to the Global Conference of the Platform for Collaboration on Tax, 15 February 2018

Title:                Financing the SDGs: Revealing the Links between Illicit Financial Flows  and Domestic Resource Mobilization

Date:                15 February 2018, 6:15-7:15 PM

Venue:             Conference Room 11, United Nations, New York

Organizers:    The South Centre, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, the Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ) and the Civil Society Financing for Development (FfD) Group

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