Follow-up on the event with Ellen ‘t Hoen at FGVComo foi o evento com Ellen ‘t Hoen na FGVRecibimos Ellen ‘t Hoen en FGV

On 08 October, UAEM Brazil and the Centre for Technology and Society at the Law School of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (CTS / FGV) organized the event “Patents and access to medicines: alternative models of funding for Research and Development“. Third in a series on the topic at FGV, the guest speaker this time was […]

In sickness and in wealth: intellectual property, development and access to medicinesNa doença e na riqueza: propriedade industrial, desenvolvimento e acesso a medicamentosEn la enfermedad y en la abundancia: propiedad intelectual, desarrollo y acceso a medicamentos

On September 4, 2014, UAEM Brazil organized in its FGV chapter, in partnership with the Centre for Technology and Society of the FGV Law School, the event ” In Sickness and in Wealth: industrial property, development and access to medicines ” .The table was composed of Valbona Muzaka, member of the European and International Studies […]

UAEM Session: Patents and Access to MedicinesSessão UAEM: Patentes e Acesso a MedicamentosSesión UAEM: Patentes y acceso a medicamentos

On August 27th, 2014, UAEM Brazil organized in its FGV chapter, through a partnership with the Center for Technology and Society, the “UAEM Session: Patents and Access to Medicines“. Koichi Kameda Carvalho, Doctorate candidate on Public Health at UERJ and  UAEM Brazil’s Counsellor, and Kappoori Madhavan Gopakumar, Legal Adviser and Senior Researcher at the Third World Network, give and introduction on the patent system in Brazil and abroad and touch on specific […]

PRESS RELEASE: Proposed SDGs include Trade and Access to MedicinesComunicado à imprensa: propostas de SDGs incluem comércio e acesso a medicamentos

by Siri Raasch New York, 5 August, 2014: Universities Allied for Essential Medicines welcomes two of the goals proposed on July 19th, 2014 by the UN Sustainable Development open working group, which hold significant promise to improve access to medicines globally. At the same time, UAEM urges the group to consider the need for new […]