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Sick of corporate greed (Nottingham)

Global Justice Now and London Mining Network

Wednesday, 8 November 2017 from 19:00 to 21:00 (GMT)

Sick of corporate greed (Nottingham)

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Sibongile Tshabalala, national chairperson of theTreatment Action Campaign in South Africa
Morten Thaysen, campaigner at Global Justice Now

In spite of medical advances, millions of people around the world suffer and die from treatable conditions because they cannot afford to pay for expensive medicine.

Drug companies can charge runaway prices because new drugs are protected by legal monopolies. This model has made the pharmaceutical industry the most profitable in the world.

The companies justify high prices by claiming they need to recoup their research and development costs. But nine of the top ten pharmaceutical companies spend more on marketing than on research and development. And the majority of innovative early-stage research is actually publicly-funded.

We say it’s time to put people before profit in the global drug industry.

Event organised by Global Justice Now and supported by Youth Stop AIDS.

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Friends Meeting House
25 Clarendon Street
NG1 5JD Nottingham
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 8 November 2017 from 19:00 to 21:00 (GMT)

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Global Justice Now and London Mining Network

Global Justice Now campaigns against injustice and inequality in the global economy. Instead of corporations and the super rich calling the shots, we want to see a world where ordinary people control the resources they need for a decent life.

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