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29 October 2010

Biodiversity talks: Ministers in Nagoya adopt new strategy

Author: Jonathan Watts, Guardian [UK]

Environment ministers from almost 200 nations agreed...to adopt a new United Nations strategy that aims to stem the worst loss of life on Earth since the demise of the dinosaurs...[T]he UN's COP10 biodiversity conference...[adopted] a new treaty, the...

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11 September 2010

Russia Uses Microsoft to Suppress Dissent

Author: Clifford J. Levy, New York Times

It was late one afternoon…when a squad of plainclothes police officers arrived at the headquarters of a prominent environmental group…The group, Baikal Environmental Wave, was organizing protests against Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin’s decision to...

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5 August 2010

AIDS Drugs Flow to the Third World

Author: Simeon Bennett and Tom Randall, Bloomberg Businessweek

Pharmaceutical companies, once blasted as uncaring or downright greedy for charging thousands of dollars for a year's worth of AIDS medicines like Viread in poor countries, lately have been slashing prices and licensing their drugs for free or nominal...

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21 July 2010

[PDF] Business & human rights in South Asia – a round-up of recent developments

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This briefing highlights reports from a range of sources about how businesses have impacted human rights, positively and negatively, in South Asia over the past year (mid-2009 to mid-2010)....

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Article
20 July 2010

AIDS Activists Launch United Nations Complaint on Impact of Obama Administration Trade Policies on Access to Medicines

Author: Jennifer Flynn, Health GAP [USA]

...AIDS activists from the U.S., Africa, Asia, and Latin America filed a complaint against the United States with the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health. The complaint argues that the United States, working side by side with...

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19 July 2010

AIDS Conference Campaigns For International Focus, Funding and Research

Author: Catherine Saez, Intellectual Property Watch

The 18th International AIDS conference opened...in Vienna on Sunday...The biennial conference...cover[s]...new drugs and therapies, universal access, the human rights dimension of the epidemic, including stigma and discrimination, but also the impact...

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Article
5 July 2010

[PDF] MICROSOFT/IDLO [Intl. Development Law Organization] Partnership for Access to New Technologies: a Key Challenge for developing Countries

Author: Intl Development Law Organization

[O]ften developing countries do not have the necessary financial means to carry out the required Research and development activities, indispensable to generate innovation. The only solution is to import technologies from abroad, which in turns entails...

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1 July 2010
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Author: Alexandra Quinio, sur RSE et Pays Emergents & en Développement (RSE-et-PED.info)

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Article
21 May 2010

Haitian farmers reject Monsanto's seeds

Author: Beverly Bell, Latin American Bureau

…"A new earthquake" is what peasant farmer leader Chavannes Jean-Baptiste of the Peasant Movement of Papay (MPP) called the news that Monsanto will be donating 60,000 seed sacks (475 tons) of hybrid corn seeds and vegetable seeds, some of them treated...

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Company response
27 April 2010

Novartis response to concerns raised by Doctors Without Borders regarding access to medicines in India

Author: Novartis

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