Anti-Competitive Strategies Hamper Access to Medicines in Europe
Health Action International (HAI) Europe, NL
Katrina Perehudhoff earned a MSc in International Public Health from the VU University Amsterdam and wrote her thesis on the constitutional right to essential medicines. After completing internships at the World Health Organisation and the Health & Environment Alliance, Katrina joined as a Project Officer, where her work focuses on the democratisation of medicines policy.
European Commission in Brussels at DG Employment & Social Affairs, BE; Health Action International (HAI) Europe, NL
Sophie Bloemen studied philosophy and international relations and earned a MSc in European Political Economy from the London School of Economics. She worked as a trainee and as a Project Officer, focusing on intellectual property rights and access to medicines.
How to Cite:
Perehudoff, K. and Bloemen, S., 2011. Anti-Competitive Strategies Hamper Access to Medicines in Europe. Amsterdam Law Forum, 3(1), pp.81–84. DOI: http://doi.org/10.37974/ALF.165
02 Feb 2011.