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The Politics of Fear - a new book from MSF
Written by both Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and non-MSF authors, The Politics of Fear collects critical and comprehensive impressions of the West African Ebola epidemic's rapid appearance, uncontrollable spread and the challenges faced by the global health community in its response.
MSF AT AIDS 2016: Abstracts
The UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets demand HIV testing and counselling (HTC) for all sectors of the population at risk of HIV acquisition. Community testing modalities may offer better access than HTC at health facilities to some hard-to-reach groups, but at additional cost which requires some justification.
The Practical Guide to Humanitarian Law
International Humanitarian Law refers to the different rules and norms that define what is acceptable and not acceptable in armed conflict. The Practical Guide to Humanitarian Law handbook analyses how this has evolved over time in the face of new challenges and changes in how conflicts and wars happen. The central concerns of the handbook include the war on terror, new forms of armed conflict and humanitarian action, the emergence of international criminal justice, and the reshaping of fundamental rules and consensus in a multipolar world.
No Valley Without Shadows
"No Valley Without Shadows" gives an insiders’ account of the early days of the HIV treatment movement in South Africa during the 2000s. The book provides unique insight into the struggle for affordable treatment and the international and local alliances that were forged to fight AIDS denialism and the powerful global pharmaceutical lobby in order to save lives.
Humanitarian negotiations revealed
Following a two-year analysis of MSF’s past interventions, MSF will release Humanitarian Negotiations Revealed: The MSF Experience. The authors of the collected essays and case studies—MSF veterans with many decades of collective field experience—explore the practical realities of humanitarian crises through MSF’s experience in 11 complex situations: Ethiopia, Yemen, Gaza, South Africa, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Pakistan, France, and Nigeria.