Upcoming Global Health Europe and Global Health Programme Events

Wednesday 5th October, 9-11.30am, Workshop: New developments in global health governance, 14th European Health Forum, Gastein, Austria

SPEAKERS: Andrzej Rys (EC, DG SANCO, Public Health), Thomas Gebauer (Medico International), Mihály Kökeny (former EB Chairperson), Lene Andersen (Novo Nordisk) MODERATOR: Ilona Kickbusch

October 23rd-26th, 2011, World Health Summit Berlin, Germany

Two workshops:

1) Governance for Health in the 21st Century (1) - Democratising Global Health

Monday, October 24th, 2011.  10.15-11.45am (Mainhall)

2) The case for Europe as a leader in Research and Innovation for Global Health

Tuesday 25th October, 12noon-1.30pm (Koch Room)

26th October 2011, Multi-stakeholder Diplomacy and Initiatives in Global Public Health

Geneva Dialogue Series with the Novartis Foundation, Geneva

23rd November 2011, Ten Years after the Doha Declaration: The future agenda at the interface of Global Public Health and IP An outlook on the next ten years

WTO, Geneva 10am-5.30pm

Global Health Programme, The Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Annual Symposium of Global Health, Geneva. This Global Health Programme event is being organized jointly with WHO, WIPO, WTO. All three heads of the organizations will attend.

Aid for trade at a glance 2011: showing results. OECD

9 Aug 2011

This joint OECD-WTO publication provides a comprehensive analysis of trends and developments in aid that aims to help developing countries integrate into the global economy and benefit from trade opportunities.


UN Millenium Development Goals Report 2011

9 Aug 2011 - Despite significant setbacks after the 2008-2009 economic downturn, exacerbated by the food and energy crisis, the United Nations notes that the world is on track to reach poverty-reduction targets, but also notes that progress has been inequitable.

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EU and WHO discuss strategic partnership

17 June 2011

European Commission and WHO meet at WHO Regional Office for Europe in Copenhagen to discuss the implementation of the EU/WHO Joint Declaration signed in 2010, strengthening strategic communication in the wake od recent outbreaks in Germany, and EU collaboration in Health2020.


EU Global Health Policy Forum

The next meeting of the EU Global Health Policy Forum will be held on 15 September 2011. The topic will be human resources for health and the Forum agenda is open for suggestions.


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  10. Forum on UK and EU Policy on Trade in Health, Agriculture and Food
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  12. Call for Applications for the Summer School "European Health Care and Social Systems in Transition
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  14. Public hearing on the implemetation guidelines for the WHO Global Code of Practice on the international recruitment of health personnel
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