About The Author
Peter Maybarduk is Public Citizen's Global Access to Medicines Program Director. Maybarduk helps governments and civil society groups around the world use flexibilities in patent and trade rules to promote access to medicines for all. For example, Maybarduk's recent work with partners yielded major HIV/AIDS drug price reductions in Colombia and new state access to medicines policies enacted by the President of Ecuador. His work also focuses on protecting competition and access under intellectual property enforcement policies, and on appropriate policy responses to criminally adulterated or falsified medicines. Maybarduk has co-founded and coordinated several volunteer-run advocacy and assistance groups, including International Professional Partnerships for Sierra Leone (IPPSL), dedicated to supporting public sector development in one of the world's least developed countries. He studied law at the University of California at Berkeley and anthropology at the College of William and Mary. Maybarduk is a composer and performer of music, currently recording his third album with producer J. Robbins.
TPP = Transnational Pharmaceutical Profiteering – Big Pharma’s Monopolies Strengthen and Multiply in Trans Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement
November 6, 2015
PRESS BRIEFINGS – Release of EU Greens Draft Analysis of ACTA – Analysis of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement
August 25, 2011
March 9, 2014
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