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united for health
Viva Salud is a Belgian NGO furthering the right to health and sovereign development
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Universal access to health care: What does it mean?
Big words are trending in policy debates. 'Universal access to Health Care': what does it even mean?
Free Trade, worsening climate change
Even though the European Union boasts ambitions objectives regarding reducing CO2 emissions and fighting climate change, the EU enters into free trade agreements with a maximum number of countries acr
NGO's oppose to corporate take over WHO: "Trojan Horse"
TWHA-activist Julie Steendam attends the executive board meeting of the Word Health Organisation. The WHO - a UN-organisation - is the most important health institute of the world.
Searching for an alternative to the WTO: revisiting the Bandung Conference
Sonny Africa, a progressive economist, director at TWHA partner IBON in the Philippines, wrote an article about an 'alternative WTO' which is summarized below.
Video about free trade and health: win-win?
As the biggest trade area in the world, the European Union has a strong interest in the markets of developing countries.
DRC: Hygiene, also in hospital !
To visit a hospital or a health centre in the DR Congo is always a gripping experience: image different zones erected in big halls, joined together by a long covered corridors, clothing strewn about,
Social movements are key to achieving people-centred health systems
The third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR) took place in Cape Town from September 30 to October 3, 2014.
European Development Agenda Puts Commercial Interests before Health
In developing countries Europe prioritises the privatisation of services, even if this agenda enhances inequalities in access to health care.