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The European Union as a global health actor, editors, Thea Emmerling, Ilona Kickbusch, Michaela Told

Label
The European Union as a global health actor, editors, Thea Emmerling, Ilona Kickbusch, Michaela Told
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The European Union as a global health actor
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
957739498
Responsibility statement
editors, Thea Emmerling, Ilona Kickbusch, Michaela Told
Series statement
Global health diplomacy ;, v.4
Table Of Contents
Contents -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1 The EU as a Global Actor -- Introduction -- Foreign Policy with the EU's Actor Characteristics -- The EU's International Policies -- The EU in International Diplomacy: Bilateral and Multilateral Relations -- Bilateral Relations -- Multilateral Relations -- Conclusions and Broader Perspectives -- References -- Chapter 2 The Development of EU Health Policy: Treaty Basis, Health Acquis and History -- The Treaty Basis -- The Health-related Acquis Communautaire -- The Public Health Programs -- Institutional Developments -- Commission -- European Agencies -- European Parliament -- Council -- Relations with Stakeholders -- External Action and International Cooperation in Health -- Outlook -- References -- Chapter 3 Why and How Did the EU Set a Policy in Global Health? -- The Context -- The Process -- The Commission Communication -- The Council Conclusions -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4 Trade and Health: A Healthy Relationship? The Place of Trade Policy in the EU's Global Health Agenda -- The Place of Trade Policy in the EU Global Health Strategy -- Access to Medicines and Intellectual Property Rights -- The Political Trade Policy Context for the EU Global Health Strategy -- The EU's Trade Policy Response to Improve Access to Medicines -- EU Policy in Respect of Patent-Related TRIPS Flexibilities -- Bilateral Trade Negotiations -- Tiered Pricing -- Conclusion -- References -- General References -- Chapter 5 EU Global Health Priorities: Migration and Mobility -- Introduction -- The EU's Role in Global Health: Migrants' Health -- EU Regulatory Framework, Strategies, and Action on Migrants' Health -- The EU's Role in Global Health: Migration of Human Resources for Health -- Mobility of Human Resources for Health Within the EU - Issues, Strategies and Policy Responses. Mobility of Human Resources for Health to and from the EU - Issues and Policy Responses -- Progress Toward Better Management of Health Worker Mobility: Country Examples from the EU/EEA -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6 EU Global Health Priorities: Climate Change -- Introduction -- Climate Change as a Threat to Global Health -- The EU at UNFCCC Climate Change Negotiations: Legal Basis -- Global Health at UNFCCC COP Negotiations -- The EU's Role at the COP16 Negotiations -- The EU's Role at the COP17 Negotiations -- The EU's Role at Rio+20 -- Conclusion and Outlook -- References -- Chapter 7 Research, Development and Innovation for Global Health -- Introduction: Scope of the Field -- Global Health -- Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) -- Elements of the EU's Role in RDI for Global Health -- Policy Goals -- EU Engagement in Global Health R&D Policies and Partnership Initiatives -- UN debates and initiatives -- Globally coordinated action on health R&D -- EU Funding for Global Health R&D -- Framework programs for research and technological development (FPs) -- EU research framework programme 7 -- Support for R&D relevant to health in LMICs -- Horizon 2020 (FP8) and Europe 2020 -- RDI for global health in EU development policy -- Ethics, Regulatory and Legal Roles and RDI for Global Health -- Clinical trials -- Registration of drugs predominantly for use in LMICs -- Key Challenges for Current European and Global R&D Policy -- Content/Issue Challenges -- Balancing the need for economic growth with equity concerns -- Capacity building in LMICs -- promoting health equity and sustainable development -- Innovation policy and global public goods -- Governance Challenges -- Meeting the challenge of the multisectoral and multidisciplinary nature of global health -- Stakeholder participation, transparency and accountability. New ethical challenges and gain-of-function research -- Political/Implementation Challenges -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 Humanitarian Aid, the Global Health Communication and the Council Conclusions on the EU Role in Global Health -- Humanitarian Aid in the Global Health Communication and the Council Conclusions -- The GHC and CC Elements related to Humanitarian Aid -- Outlook: What is Ahead of Us? -- References -- Chapter 9 The Consideration of Health in EU Financial Programmes -- The EU Budget and Financial Perspectives -- Specific Health Programme and Mainstreaming of Health Activities -- Mainstreaming Health - Financial Instruments for Internal Policies -- Mainstreaming Health - Financial Instruments for External Policies -- How Much Money for Health in the EU Budgets for 2014-2020? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10 Law and the EU Role in Global Health Strategies: The Case of the FCTC -- The FCTC -- The EU and the FCTC -- The Dynamics of the Decision-Making Processes to Define the EU Negotiation Positions -- Approval or Ratification and FCTC Implementation in the EU -- The FCTC Protocol on Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products -- The FCTC as a Success Story -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 11 The EU's Role in the International Health Regulations and the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Agreement -- Introduction -- Background and Brief Description of the Two Global Health Security Instruments -- The International Health Regulations -- The Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Agreement -- The EU Role in the Two Global Health Security Agreements -- The EU Role in the International Health Regulations -- The EU Role in the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Agreement -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 12 The EU Voice in the UN System Related to Health and Other Health Actors. The European Union's Mandate in Global Health -- World Health Organization -- Cooperation between the European Commission and the WHO -- The EU's Participation in the WHO -- EU representation at the WHO -- Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS -- Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13 Germany's Role in Promoting Systems of Solidarity in Healthcare -- Why is Social Health Protectionb an Issue in Global Health? -- I Did it My Way: Germany's Path Toward Social Health Protection for All -- Together We Stand Strong: Principles Underlying SHP in the German Context -- With a Little Help from My Friends: Instruments to Promote SHP Globally -- Imagine All the People …: The Shaping of Discourse and the Promotion of Norms Internationally -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 14 The Civil Society Perspective on the EU's Role in Global Health -- Background: Multiple Actor Governance in Global Health -- The Malaise of Corporate Capture -- The Involvement of Public Interest Civil Society in EU Public Health Policies -- NGOs and Global Health -- The EU Role in Global Health and the Global Health Policy Platform -- CSOs' Interaction with the European Parliament in Global Health -- Prospects of the EU Role in Global Health and the Role of Civil Society -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 15 The European Union as a Global Health Actor: A Critical View -- Introduction -- EU Coherence on Global Health Questions -- Policy Determinacy: EU Competence and Positions on Health and Global Health -- Political Cohesion between EU Actors and EU Member States: The Single Voice Challenge -- Effectiveness of the EU in Debates on Gobal Health -- The EU's Effectiveness in the Debate on WHO Reform -- UN Debate on NCDs and SDOH -- Relating Coherence and Effectiveness -- Conclusion -- References -- IndexNew ethical challenges and gain-of-function research -- Political/Implementation Challenges -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 Humanitarian Aid, the Global Health Communication and the Council Conclusions on the EU Role in Global Health -- Humanitarian Aid in the Global Health Communication and the Council Conclusions -- The GHC and CC Elements related to Humanitarian Aid -- Outlook: What is Ahead of Us? -- References -- Chapter 9 The Consideration of Health in EU Financial Programmes -- The EU Budget and Financial Perspectives -- Specific Health Programme and Mainstreaming of Health Activities -- Mainstreaming Health - Financial Instruments for Internal Policies -- Mainstreaming Health - Financial Instruments for External Policies -- How Much Money for Health in the EU Budgets for 2014-2020? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10 Law and the EU Role in Global Health Strategies: The Case of the FCTC -- The FCTC -- The EU and the FCTC -- The Dynamics of the Decision-Making Processes to Define the EU Negotiation Positions -- Approval or Ratification and FCTC Implementation in the EU -- The FCTC Protocol on Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products -- The FCTC as a Success Story -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 11 The EU's Role in the International Health Regulations and the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Agreement -- Introduction -- Background and Brief Description of the Two Global Health Security Instruments -- The International Health Regulations -- The Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Agreement -- The EU Role in the Two Global Health Security Agreements -- The EU Role in the International Health Regulations -- The EU Role in the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Agreement -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 12 The EU Voice in the UN System Related to Health and Other Health Actors. The European Union's Mandate in Global Health -- World Health Organization -- Cooperation between the European Commission and the WHO -- The EU's Participation in the WHO -- EU representation at the WHO -- Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS -- Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13 Germany's Role in Promoting Systems of Solidarity in Healthcare -- Why is Social Health Protectionb an Issue in Global Health? -- I Did it My Way: Germany's Path Toward Social Health Protection for All -- Together We Stand Strong: Principles Underlying SHP in the German Context -- With a Little Help from My Friends: Instruments to Promote SHP Globally -- Imagine All the People …: The Shaping of Discourse and the Promotion of Norms Internationally -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 14 The Civil Society Perspective on the EU's Role in Global Health -- Background: Multiple Actor Governance in Global Health -- The Malaise of Corporate Capture -- The Involvement of Public Interest Civil Society in EU Public Health Policies -- NGOs and Global Health -- The EU Role in Global Health and the Global Health Policy Platform -- CSOs' Interaction with the European Parliament in Global Health -- Prospects of the EU Role in Global Health and the Role of Civil Society -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 15 The European Union as a Global Health Actor: A Critical View -- Introduction -- EU Coherence on Global Health Questions -- Policy Determinacy: EU Competence and Positions on Health and Global Health -- Political Cohesion between EU Actors and EU Member States: The Single Voice Challenge -- Effectiveness of the EU in Debates on Gobal Health -- The EU's Effectiveness in the Debate on WHO Reform -- UN Debate on NCDs and SDOH -- Relating Coherence and Effectiveness -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
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