Faculty of Arts and Education

Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation

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Pharmaceuticals in Developing and Emerging Economies:

Production, Innovation, and Access to Medicines in the wake of TRIPS

Recordings of the conference proceedings

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Part 1
Conference Welcome Address by
Professor Manohar Rao – Conference Co‐Chair
Professor G. Nancharaiah – Dean of the School of Social Sciences
Professor J.V.M. Sarma – Head of the Department of Economics
Ms Ravneet Pawha – Country Director Deakin (India)
Dr Hans Lofgren – Conference Co‐Chair
Opening Address by Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice‐Chancellor, University of Hyderabad, Honorary Conference Chair

Part 2-1 & Part 2 -2
Opening Address by Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice‐Chancellor, University of Hyderabad, Honorary Conference Chair
Professor D. Balasubramanian (L. V. Prasad Eye Institute) - “The birth and growth of the pharma and biotech industry in Andhra Pradesh: a ringside view”
Dr Mira Shiva (Initiative for Health and Equity in Society) -“Access to medicines, IPR and public health”

Part 3-1 & Part 3-2 - &Part 3.3
Dr Usha Ramanathan (Centre for the Study of Developing Societies) -“Pharmaceutical production: risk, responsibility and reparation”

Part 3.4 & Part 3.5
Cultural Program Day 1

Part 4
Panel 1: Access to ARVs in Sub‐Saharan Africa: implications of the patents amendment bill in India

Part 5 & Part 6 & Part 7
Panel 5: Alternative R&D funding models: should the IPR system be abandoned?

Part 8 & Part 10
Panel 3: The environmental, social and political dimensions of pharmaceutical manufacturing

Part 9
Keynote Addresses: James Love (Knowledge Ecology International, USA) & Anand Grover (United Nations) “The future of access to medicines”

Part 12 & Part 13 & Part 11
Keynote Address : Professor P. M. Bhargava (Founding director of the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology) -“Medical and health care scenario in 2050: where India can contribute”

Part 14
Cultural Program Day 2

Deakin University acknowledges the traditional land owners of present campus sites.

9th November 2010