Promoting
IPR Regimes
that are Supportive
of Public Health
A project by the South Centre aimed at improving access to medicines in the context of intellectual property policies.
Promoting
IPR Regimes
that are Supportive
of Public Health
Improper acquisition and use of drug patents can make medicines unaffordable by restricting generic competition.
Promoting
IPR Regimes
that are Supportive
of Public Health
Flexibilities in the WTO TRIPS Agreement gives necessary policy space to governments to ensure access to affordable medicines.
Promoting
IPR Regimes
that are Supportive
of Public Health
Full use of TRIPS Flexibilities is integral to the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Promoting
IPR Regimes
that are Supportive
of Public Health
The South Centre offers diverse services to developing country governments to make full use of TRIPS flexibilities for public health.