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Wemos and the Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation are proud and pleased to receive a donation of 500,000 euros from the Dutch National Postcode Lottery. With this support, we commit to improving access to affordable corona vaccines and medicines for everyone. We strive for a world in which everyone's health takes...
On Thursday 3 March the Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation hosted the Making Pharma Fair Webinar, with panelists Hans Hogerzeil, Ella Weggen and Jaume Vidal. Occassion for organizing the webinar are our recently published Guidelines for Responsible Pharmaceutical Behaviour, which Rosalind Turkie presented. Missed the webinar or want to listed back a...
Webinar on Thursday 3 March 3 PM CET Register here How have pharmaceutical companies been performing according to international human rights principles in the pandemic? The Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation has been monitoring this in our GCCP scorecard, which ranks pharmaceutical companies according to HR principles and international standards. The aim of...
Online event on Thursday 27 January 2022. Register here. The Pharmaceutical Accountability Foundation (PAF; in Dutch: Farma ter Verantwoording) aims to promote equitable, affordable access to medicines. Pharmaceutical companies say they respect the UN Business and human rights principles. But in our GCCP project and scorecard we have found...
We feel inspired by yesterday's engaging event. Panelists shared their stories about using legal strategies for promoting access to medicines, ranging from HIV treatment action campaigns, using human rights to promote access to medicines in Brazil, compulsory licensing in Russia, TRIPS flexibilities, and the possibility of holding pharma accountable...