NEW REPORT: Rethinking Trade Treaties & Access to Medicines – Join us for the webinar launch Nov 13!

To View the Report How to Connect to Webinar (Nov 13, 9-11AM EST)

Boston University’s Global Development Policy Center (GDP Center) established a working group of global scholars to identify the state of the current research, existing gaps in the data, and establishing a policy-oriented research agenda on trade treaties and access to medicines.

The working group’s NEW report Rethinking Trade Treaties and Access to Medicines: Toward a Policy-Oriented Research Agenda synthesizes the state of knowledge on trade and investment treaties on access to medicines and advances a policy oriented research agenda intended to help policy-makers, civil society, and others make more informed decisions as they debate contemporary trade and investment treaties.

The GDP Center is hosting a global webinar at the GDP Center on Wednesday, November 13 from 9-11AM to launch the latest GDP Center report Rethinking Trade Treaties and Access to Medicines: Toward a Policy-Oriented Research Agenda hosted by the Trade & Medicines Working Group.

The webinar will feature presentations from members of the working group, as well as responses from renowned experts such as Sakiko Fukuda-Parr (High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines) and Peter Maybarduk from Public Citizen.

If you have any questions about the event or how to attend the webinar, please contact us at gdp@bu.edu.

 

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