Let’s talk about it! Thai partner broadcasts on Facebook Live for World AIDS Day
Discussing the issues and facts head-on in order to reduce HIV-related stigma in Thailand Story first published on The Nation,...
#TreatPeopleRight – Highlights from the ITPC Annual Review
Campaign activity contributing to combined savings of US$700 million for health budgets is among ITPC’s 2016 highlights The mission of...
Infographics: Who’s benefitting from the abuse of Thailand’s patent system – and how
Our partner, the AIDS Access Foundation in Thailand, has produced a series of infographics, highlighting who is filing for patents...
Thai decision to ‘speed up’ drug patents would threaten access to medicines
Global community on access to medicines calls on Thai PM to retain a pro public health stance. The Thai...
Thai Activists and Hospital Staff Review Progress on HCV Treatment
Community groups and government hospital staff from eight provinces met to review access to medicines on 15 and 16 November. The...
Civil society cautions Thai Ministers about Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
AIDS Access Foundation, FTA Watch and other civil society organizations caution Thai government against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement On 31...
Thai civil society oppose proposal to amend patent law
New law could undermine access to drugs Thai civic groups expressed their grave concerns over the patent law amendment proposed by...
Chronology of access to medicine campaign in Thailand
The fight for access to medicines in Thailand centers around the use of compulsory licensing on three drugs. The chronology on...
Breaking the Vicious Cycle of Fear
This article highlights role of the US and major pharmaceutical companies to undermine trade agreements, intended to protect national interests and public health.
The campaign for use of compulsory licensing in Thailand
After eight long years of lobbying, the Thai government issued compulsory licenses for two antiretroviral drugs, Efavirenz and lopinavir/ritonavir (Kaletra)...