JANUARY TALKS AT QMIPRI


This month sees the seminar series at QMIPRI starting off again for the new year.

*At 5.30pm on Thursday 19 January, Betty Mould-Iddrisu, Director of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs at the Commonwealth Secreteriat will be speaking on the recent amendments to the TRIPs Agreement and access to medicines.

*At 12.30pm on Monday 23 January, Kamen Shoylev, a research student from Durham University will be speaking on transformative use under UK and US law.

All are welcome and there’s no charge for attending, though please RSVP to Ilanah.
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