Our website is migrating to http://healthandtradenetwork.org. In the meantime, HaT’s fifth bulletin brings you all the latest trade news that is relevant for heath and updates from our members. Health and Trade Network Bulletin 5 September 2015 to January 2016 The HaT Bulletin is back after taking a break to focus on setting up the… More HaT Bulletin 5
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Thanks to all the HaT Bulletin readers around the world! For our first year, these are great results. I hope to bring you more Health and Trade news in 2016. If you would like to join us and help our network… More 2015 in review
STOP PRESS: FULL TPP TEXT DISCLOSED… More STOP PRESS: Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement Texts Released by New Zealand Goverment
Emma Woodford, Founder and Director of the Health and Trade Network considers the implications of the proposed bilateral and regional trade agreements for the third Sustainable Development Goal on Health and Well-Being … More Health and Trade: what hope for SDG3?
A Short Summary of Recent Developments in the Health and Trade Network TPP, TTIP, RCEP and TiSA HaT Membership News The Health and Trade Network happily welcomes two new members in this edition! The International Alliance of Patient’s Organisations (IAPO) IAPO works with communities of patients to get their voices heard by all those involved… More Health and Trade Bulletin 4
(Image Source: Global Justice UK) As the role of tobacco companies in trade agreements on both sides of the Atlantic has been highlighted by a series of controversial events in recent weeks, this HaT paper is presented as a summary of the current key issues in the TPP and the TTIP, with implications for tobacco industry influence… More Big Trade Agreements …. Big Tobacco
Health systems and the released documents on services and investment By Meri Koivusalo It is always good to give recognition to reasonable actions and so European Commission willingness to put EU offers and texts of chapters online and out needs to be commended. It does make a difference as it is the only way to… More Health and Trade Network In-Depth Analysis