[Ip-health] Joint Civil Society letter to DG Trade Commissioner de Gucht: ACTA and its impact on access to medicines

Teresa Alves Teresa at haiweb.org
Thu Jul 29 03:19:20 PDT 2010

Dear IP-health list,

Please find attached a civil society letter sent earlier today to DG
Trade Commissioner De Gucht and his colleagues regarding the
Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) and its impact on access to
medicines. This letter has been endorsed by Oxfam International, Health
Action International (Europe), Knowledge Ecology International, Public
Citizen and Vrijschrift.

Should you have any queries regarding this Open Letter, please do not
hesitate to contact the endorsing organisations.

With best wishes,

Teresa Alves


Teresa Leonardo Alves

European Coordinator

Health Action International (HAI) Europe


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