78 articles related to "European Union"
Activists from across Europe stage flashmob in front of the European Parliament calling on Europe to drop harmful provisions Brussels, 9 April, 2013 - As European Commission (EC) pressure mounts...
Press Release – Last updated 09 April 2013
Geneva, 14 March 2013 Honourable Prime Minister Re: Access to medicines and the EU-India FTA Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is an independent,...
Statements, Speeches, Letters – Last updated 18 March 2013
DNP+, MSF urge India to reject EU demands before April deadline, protest at European Commission in Delhi New Delhi, 13 March 2013 – Pressure is mounting on India to quickly sign off on a free...
Press Release – Last updated 13 March 2013
MSF has co-signed a call to action directed at the European Union calling for it to support a global health R&D convention. Excerpt: "Noting the urgent need for action,...
Statements, Speeches, Letters – Last updated 07 September 2012
EU Parliament Rejects ACTA; Allowing for Continued Access to Generic Medicines in Developing Countries
Brussels/Geneva, 4 July 2012 - Members of the European Parliament today voted to reject the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) put before them by the European Commission. International medical...
Press Release – Last updated 04 July 2012
Geneva/New York 24 May 2012 — The US and European Union delegations to the World Health Assembly are currently blocking efforts to move towards a binding convention on health R&D aimed at...
Press Release – Last updated 05 June 2012
"The European Union Trade Commissioner has asserted that the harmful data exclusivity clause is no longer part of the EU/India Free Trade Agreement text. However, Médecins Sans Frontières...
Statements, Speeches, Letters – Last updated 24 February 2012
Multimedia – Last updated 19 June 2014
MSF briefing document outlining what concerns MSF when it comes to the enforcement provisions in the EU-India FTA negotiations. Excerpt: "The EU’s proposed text on enforcement...
Briefing – Last updated 18 January 2013
India has been called the ‘pharmacy of the developing world’ because it produces a large number of high-quality, affordable generic medicines. Thanks in large part to competition stemming...
Briefing – Last updated 09 February 2012