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Pharma Industry Expert Discusses Efforts To Address AMR In Europe

Euractiv: Fighting antimicrobial resistance requires action on many fronts Koen Laenen, regulatory affairs and quality manager at Medicines for Europe, discusses antimicrobial resistance and the steps European entities and the AMR Industry Alliance are taking to address the issue (1/22).

CGD Experts Outline Global Health Opportunities for U.K. Post-Brexit

Center for Global Development: Four Ways the U.K. Can Shape Global Health Post-Brexit Kalipso Chalkidou, director of global health policy and senior fellow at the Center for Global Development, and colleagues write, “With a new government in majority and Brexit certainty greater, there is an opportunity for the U.K. to…

WHO/Europe, Partners To Host Workshop On Preventing Violence Against Children

WHO Regional Office for Europe: Violence against children: tackling hidden abuse “Each year, at least 55 million children experience some form of violence in the WHO European Region, including physical, sexual, emotional, and psychological violence. … WHO/Europe, with support from Nordic Cooperation and the Global Partnership to End Violence Against…

DFID Likely To Remain Stand-Alone Department But Lose Secretary Of State Leadership, Raising Concerns About Quality, Focus Among Aid Advocates

Devex: DFID could remain a stand-alone department but lose its secretary of state “…After the Conservative Party won a landslide victory in December’s election, speculation mounted that a newly empowered Prime Minister Boris Johnson would merge DFID with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office — which it was spun out of…

U.K. Senior-Level Government Officials Must Take Lead On Preventing Sexual Violence In Conflict Initiative, Hague Writes In Opinion Piece

The Guardian: Britain must spearhead action against sexual violence or relinquish the reins William Hague, U.K. secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs “Rape and other forms of sexual violence in conflict are deliberate crimes against humanity, employed as a tactic of war and terrorism to systematically brutalize entire…

Oxfam Blog Post Examines Implications, Status Of Potential DFID, FCO Merger

Oxfam’s “From Poverty To Power”: How to stop the Foreign Office gobbling up DFID? This post addresses the potential merging of the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID) with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the implications of such an action. The piece also includes the latest updates on the…