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Paper: Free trade and health, a pandemic relation
As a major determinant of domestic policy, we analyse in this paper the nature of global trade rules in order to explore its impact on health.
Health care in Cuba and the Philippines: what are the differences?
Can you find the 10 differences? Cuba and the Philippines: two developing countries, but a big disparity in their health system.How can this be possible? Discover the alternative in our newest video.
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.
Video Linda Mashingaidze on social protection
Linda Mashingaidze-Shuro from South Africa is coordinator for the People's Health Movement. Africa is her working 'region'.
Q&A: What Is TISA and How Does It Undermine Your Access to Health Care?
In September, Europe will return to the negotiating table to discuss a far-reaching trade and investment agreement on services, called ‘TISA’.
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.
Philippines: European Development Cooperation Should Not Support Commercialisation of Health Care Exacerbating Inequality
Today, in the Philippines, 28 women out of 100 do not enjoy skilled attendance during delivery, a situation showing a glaring lack of access to healthcare.