Trade, Intellectual Property & Health Diplomacy
Feb 05, 2018 / Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2 | Geneva
Engage and Influence the Outcomes of Trade and Intellectual Property Negotiations
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Cross-border flows of goods, services, people and capital are affecting health through a number of channels. Access to fairly priced high-quality medicines is on the top of the international agenda and will be among those themes discussed at this newly revamped executive course. How can ministries of health and trade work together to seize opportunities and formulate a positive agenda for negotiations? How can they avoid national health measures from conflicting with international trade rules? This course can be credited as an advanced module of the Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Global Health Diplomacy. Deadline of application is January 15th, 2018.
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