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CPATH/Monterey Institute of International Studies Spring Forum, April 2005.

CPATH collaborated with the Monterey Institute for International Studies to present a day-long Forum, New Challenges: Bridging Trade, Health and Sustainable Development, on April 8, 2005. Panelists discussed the global economy and health, the effect of trade agreements on public health’s right to regulate, health care services, immigration, and access to medicines.

CPATH/Monterey Institute of International Studies Spring Forum, April 2005

Keynote: By Means of Water, Dr. Charlie Clements, President and CEO, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

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Panel I. Sustainable Development, Public Health, and International Trade Objectives: Policy Convergence and Divergence

The WTO, Sustainable Development and Public Health: William Arrocha, MIIS

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Trade Agreements and Health in the Americas: Cesar Vieira, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)

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GATS, CAFTA, and Protecting the Public’s Health: Ellen R. Shaffer, CPATH

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Public Health Representation in Trade Policy: Joe Brenner, CPATH

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Panel II. Trade in Services: Protecting and Promoting Public Health?

Alcohol and Tobacco Issue in International Trade Agreements: Donald Zeigler, RWJF Matter of Degree Program, AMA

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Cajamarca Mining: Trade and Democracy in Peru: William Monning, MIIS

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International Trade Agreements and Health: A Local Public Health Perspective: Mark Horton, California Conference of Local Health Officers

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Do Trade Agreements Threaten California's Ability to Protect and Promote Public Health?  Laura Metune, Committee Consultant, California Senate Select Committee on Trade

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Panel III. Trade in Services: Implications for Health Care

The IDB, Health Care Reform and the FTA: Bea Edwards, Public Services International

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Nurse Migration: Jean Ann Seago, University of California, San Francisco

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GATS Mode 4 Negotiations: Issues for Health Care Workers and Health Care Systems: Colin Rajah, National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

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US-Mexico Border Health: Privatization and Workforce: Antonio Ugalde, Nuria Homedes, University of Texas

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Panel IV. Trade and Access to Medicines: Intellectual Property Rules

IP and Congress: Viji Rangaswami, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

The Medical Innovation Prize Fund: Terry Gardiner, Consumer Project on Technology (CPTech)

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