ICASA 2019: “Civil society will not leave the MENA region behind”
At the 20th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA 2019), treatment advocates drew attention to the factors...
2018 applications open! Online course on reducing barriers to essential medicines in Africa
Applications are open now for this year’s intellectual property (IP) and access to medicines online course. The course is led...
Unitaid investment expands our work on access to medicines
ITPC is delighted to be named one of three successful grantees of a new three year investment from Unitaid to...
IP-Watch Q&A with Othoman Mellouk: The myth behind health and trade agreements
Othoman Mellouk is the Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines Lead at the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), and campaign...
What community activism can achieve – ITPC’s 2017 Annual Review
ITPC is proud to share its 2017 Annual Review, titled What Community Activism Can Achieve. The report highlights our successes, challenges, and...
Collective efforts by civil society groups bar the way to Hepatitis C patents
Many hold the view that Gilead’s revolutionary treatment against hepatitis C (sofosbuvir) marked the beginning of a shift in position...
8 videos that explain the tension between HIV activists and Big Pharma
From Hollywood blockbusters, to investigative documentaries, to our own short, satirical animation, here are eight videos that show how the...
Fixing the broken patent system: From Marrakech and back again
Marrakech was home to the signing of the TRIPS Agreement in 1995, an agreement that has been exploited by pharmaceutical...
Storify: Pathways to Access #GSIPA2M
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IP and access to medicines: welcome speech
Our inaugural Global Summit on Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines has started today. Read Solange Baptiste’s welcoming speech below,...