Round 17: Lima, Peru

May 15-24, 2013

Peru launches the "Our Rights Are Non-Negotiable" campaign


TAKE ACTION: Are you from Peru? Sign the Petition!
For every Peruvian who signs the declaration, a symbolic pill will be added
to bottles that will be sent to President Humala.

Over 3,000 signatures so far...

Follow the campaign on Facebook and Twitter @nonegociablepe #ESONO

On May 30th, 2013, members of the No Negociable! campaign delivered over 3,000 signatures
(and an equal number of pills) to President Ollanta Humala
, demanding that the Peruvian
president place limits on what the government will accept in negotiations. This includes
protecting Peruvians' access to health.

Events during the Lima round

May 14, 2013- Press Briefing on Access to Medicines, Hotel José Antonio

May 15, 2013- Press Conference, Club Social Milaflores

May 15, 2013- Seminar on IP, health rights and digital rights in the TPP, Universidad del Pacífico

May 16, 2013- No Negociable! Public Forum, Hotel San Augustín Exclusive

May 17, 2013- Public Action: "Our rights are non-negotiable rally" - LarcoMar, Miraflores

May 17, 2013- Civil Society Dispatch (webinar) on the 17th round of TPP negotiations

May 19, 2013- Stakeholder Engagement Day and Stakeholder Briefing


Interviews in the Media

New PC factsheets and analysis

          See country page on access to medicines in the TPP and Peru

Civil society speaks out about on dangers in the TPP

Alejandra Alayza, RedGE

Peter Maybarduk, Public Citizen's Global Access to Medicines Program

Julio César Prosa, RPPU

Judit Rius, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) / Doctors Without Borders


MSF launches new video on how the TPP harms access to medicines

la video de MSF en español

May 4-5 Digital rights groups hold a TPP Hackaton--el Campamento por la Libertad 2013


(Campamento por la Libertad 2013, organized by Electronic Frontier Foundation, Escualab, ONG Hiperderecho
and Asociación Peruana de Software Libre. See More)

Press Conference: Conferencia de prensa campaña TPP y el acceso a medicamentos

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