Delegates at the World Health Assembly are currently discussing a draft plan of action on public health, innovation and intellectual property, the outcome of which could have wide-ranging implications for innovation and access to medicines. Featuring Franklin Cudjoe (Imani) and Barun Mitra (Liberty Institute)
IPN Opinion article
Not everyone in Africa agrees [with Make Poverty History]. Franklin Cudjoe, the director of Ghanaian think-tank Imani, called the campaign "a group of disgruntled rock stars who are not in tune with the realities on this continent"...