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Matthew Robinson is a policy and advocacy officer at GHTC who leads the coalition's multilateral advocacy work.

Blog posts written by Matthew

Total of 22 blog posts

February 20, 2019

WHO EB moves forward actions on budget, access to medicines, and AMR R&D

The 2019 global health multilateral calendar kicked off as it always does with the World Health Organization (WHO) Executive Board (EB) meeting in late January in Geneva. This year’s session featured a packed agenda with significant implications for research and development.

October 23, 2018

G20 health ministers meet: The good, the bad, and the unknown for health R&D

Health ministers of the G20 nations, representing the world’s leading economies, met earlier this month in Mar del Plata, Argentina to chart a course of action on global health for the upcoming year.

June 4, 2018

WHA Roundup: Incremental steps forward on access and TB takes the limelight

What global health research advocates need to know about the 71st World Health Assembly (WHA).

May 2, 2018

What to watch at WHA 71

The 71st session of the World Health Assembly will see a number of debates that could impact global health R&D. Here is is what you need to know.

January 30, 2018

WHO Executive Board approves actions on access to medicine and intellectual property

Last week’s World Health Organization (WHO) Executive Board meeting featured agenda items on access to medicines and intellectual property. We cover how debates on these items shook out:

September 26, 2017

Overheard at UNGA: Innovation paves path to universal health coverage

A busy week at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly winds to a close with key discussions surrounding the global economic returns of health R&D.