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Tabaksbeleggingen van het ABP op gespannen voet met het internationale standaarden

Date:02 January 2018
Author:GHLG Blog
The Dutch civil servants pension fund ABP continues to invest in the tobacco industry. This contribution looks at these investments from the perspective of international law, in particular the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and human rights law.

Voices in the Field: Dr Tankred Stoebe

Date:22 July 2017
Author:GHLG Blog

Interview conducted  April 15th 2017 by Helena Lindemann. Photo by Barbara Sigge.

Voices in the Field: Ellen ‘t Hoen

Date:01 July 2017
Author:GHLG Blog

Ellen ‘t Hoen is a lawyer and public health advocate with over 30 years of experience working on pharmaceutical and intellectual property policies. She has also published widely, her latest book being “Private Patents and Public Health: Changing...

Voices in the Field: Dr. Adriaan van Es

Date:25 April 2017
Author:GHLG Blog
Dr van Es is also active in health related human rights advocacy.  Learn more from the video below as part of our interview series, Voices in the Field*

Voices in the Field: Robert Simons

Date:16 April 2017
Author:GHLG Blog
In the following video, Simons joins Voices in the Field* to discuss his time working in a Sudanese refugee camp and with Romanian political prisoners, and to share one important message with colleagues and decision makers.

Voices in the Field: Professor Hans Hogerzeil

Date:22 March 2017
Author:GHLG Blog
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.

Voices in the Field: Professor Henriette Roscam Abbing

Date:16 March 2017
Author:GHLG Blog
In this interview, Henriette Roscam Abbing tells us about her past career and reflects on the future of health law. This interview is the first publication from the series ‘Voices in the field,’ a joint endeavour by GHLG and IFHHRO.