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In Europe, ‘Days of Shame’ highlights failure of leaders to back TRIPS waiver proposal for COVID vaccines

From October 9-13, activists organized actions to pressure the EU and various European countries to support the TRIPS waiver proposal, pointing out that people continue to die because governments do not want to stand up to Big Pharma

Autonomy of WHO will suffer a blow

The US decision to cut funding to the WHO pending an investigation is likely to affect its autonomy to determine priorities, as well as make it more dependent on philanthropic organizations.

WHO fund cut: Trump is searching for a scapegoat

WHO is said to lose around 17%-18% of its budget because of the fund cut.

How Do We Bring Politics to the Climate Strike?

Tejal Kanitkar, Associate Professor at the National Institute of Advanced Studies in Bengaluru in India and a researcher on climate change, speaks about the global climate strike that took place on September 20.

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