[Ip-health] AIDS-2010 Vienna: Satellite sessions on Access to Medicines and IPR

Joan-Hu-Yuanqiong joan_hu_msf at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 12 10:44:58 PDT 2010





JOIN US for the discussion in the upcoming AIDS-2010 Conference in Vienna! 

http://www.aids2010.org/ 

Two satellite sessions regarding
Access to Medicines and IPR:



1. New Threats to Access to Medicines

Date: July 18, 2010, Sunday

Time: 15:45-17:45 pm

Venue: Mini room 1, Reed Messe
Wien, Messeplatz 1, Vienna

Organizer: Lawyers Collective,
HIV/AIDS Unit 



Agenda

Introduction to newer threats to
access to medicines: Review of developments thus far  

Jonathan
Berger, Section 27, South
  Africa

 

Enforcement and border measures:
recent developments and impact on access to medicines in developing countries

Veriano Terto
Júnior, Associação Brasileira Interdisciplinar de AIDS, Brazil





Anti-counterfeiting: Developments at
national and international levels  

Nelson
Otwoma, coordinator of National Empowerment Network of People Living with
HIV/AIDS in Kenya






Free trade agreements: Update on
developments internationally 

Sanya
Reid Smith, Third World Network





Patent Pool: A critique

Anand
Grover, Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit



2. Access to Essential ARV Medicines and
Intellectual Property Rights: A Continued Battle
in Developing Countries 

 

Date: July 21, 2010, Wednesday 

Time: 07:00—08:30am 

Venue: Mini Room 5, Reed Messe Wien,
Messeplatz 1, Vienna

Organizers: China Access to
Medicines Research Group, Third World Network, South Center, Lawyers
Collective, Brazilian Interdisciplinary Association on AIDS

 

Agenda

Challenges of Access to ARVs and
Advocacy in Developing Countries

Mr.
Mark Heywood, Director, Section 27, South Africa 

 

Where are we now? : Continued Battle in Developing
Countries 

Moderator: Ms. Viviana Munoz
Tellez, South Center 

Speakers: 

Ms.
Julie George, Legal Officer, Lawyers Collective,
 India

Ms.
Supatra Nakapew, Chairperson, Thai NGOs Coalition on AIDS 

Ms.
Hu Yuanqiong, Legal Consultant,
 China Access to
Medicines Research Group

 

Discussion: Ways forward—Working
more effectively and Working together

Moderator: Ms. Sanya Reid Smith,
Legal Consultant, Third World Network 

Commentator: 

Mr.
Anand Grover, Project Director, HIV/AIDS Unit, Lawyers Collective, India

Mr.
Veriano Terto Júnior, Director, Brazilian Interdisciplinary Association on
AIDS-ABIA

Mr.
Jia Ping, Founder &
CEO, China
Global Fund Watch Initiative,
 China Access to
Medicines Research Group

 







      


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