8 articles related to "ACTA"
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
7 May 2012 - Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) believes that the EP Committee on Development's draft opinion on the proposal for a Council decision on the conclusion of the Anti-Counterfeiting...
Statements, Speeches, Letters – Last updated 08 May 2012
HAI Europe, Oxfam, MSF & the TACD call on EU parliamentarians to condemn ACTA independently of the ECJ referral
On February 22, the European Commission announced its intent to ask the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for an opinion on the conformity of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement with fundamental...
Statements, Speeches, Letters – Last updated 26 March 2012
The reality behind the rhetoric: How European policies risk harming access to generic medicines in developing countries
The availability of affordable generic medicines has been critical to expanding access to treatment for HIV / AIDS and other diseases in developing countries. In recent years, access to generics...
In Medical Journals / Research Articles – Last updated 14 January 2011
Excerpt: "Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) would like to submit the following written comments to the 2012 Special 301 Process. MSF also request...
Statements, Speeches, Letters – Last updated 10 February 2012
Both fake and substandard medicines threaten public health, and efforts to tackle them must put the focus on quality, says Leena Menghaney. Numerous policy initiatives claim to promote patient...
Web article – Last updated 04 April 2011
Double Blow of Reduced Funding and High Drug Prices Blocks Impact of Latest Science and Treatment Recommendations for People Living With HIV/AIDS Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has...
Briefing – Last updated 30 November 2010
Eight countries - Australia, Canada, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the United States – signed ACTA on 1st October 2011. The European Union and 22 of its Member States...
Briefing – Last updated 17 February 2012