Results for tag:World Health Organization
|Date:||22 March 2017|
As an expert in global health, access to essential medicines, pharmaceutical policy, and human rights, Prof. Hogerzeil has much to add to the health and human rights discussion as a contributor to Voices in the Field.
|Date:||09 December 2015|
This week leaders of the world gather to negotiate and seal the deal on a new climate change agreement. What can we as citizens expect from it?
|Date:||03 February 2015|
The recent Ebola crisis has caused approximately 11.000 deaths so far. Compared to other global health crises, including the deaths caused by armed conflicts and chronic diseases, this is still a small amount. Yet, from a global and domestic health law and governance perspective, this crisis raises a number of vital questions and challenges, which were also addressed during a recent SHARES debate organised by the University of Amsterdam.