As civil society organizations concerned with ensuring prompt availability of affordable medicines in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) we call on World Trade Oorganization (WTO) Members to unconditionally accord the LDC Group an extension of the transition period with respect to pharmaceutical products and waivers from obligations under Article 70.8 (mailbox obligation) and Article70.9 (exclusive marketing rights) as requested in their duly motivated request to the TRIPs Council (IP/C/W/605).
- CSOs, including WIDE+, request WTO to extend waiver for pharmaceutical products
- WIDE+ and other CSOs send open letter to the governments present at the EU-CELAC Summit
- States at CELAC-EU Summit should do more to eradicate violence against women, in particular its extreme manifestation femicide
- WIDE+ Newsletter May 2015, issue 2
- Women’s Human Rights and Gender Justice in the post-2015 era: the role of WIDE+ and feminist organizations
- The role of TNCs and trade agreements in the recent disaster in Atacama, Chile
- Petition for the release of five detained feminist activists in China
- WIDE+ joins EWL statement on latest disappointing UN Commission of the Status of Women Declaration
- Turning Promises into Progress – joint GADN GAPS and UKSRHR network report
- Women’s Major Group Recommendations for the Aid Effectiveness Agenda, February 2015
- WIDE+ Newsletter 2015, issue 1
- WIDE+ undersigns statement against regulatory cooperation in TTIP negotiations, February 2015
- WIDE+ supports statement on recognising women’s rights in UNHRC Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and other People Living in Rural Areas.
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