Special Report: Geneva, Public Health Capital Of The World 30/08/2010 by Kaitlin Mara, Intellectual Property Watch 1 Comment International public health in Geneva is no longer just the province of the World Health Organization. Dozens of intergovernmental and non-governmental agencies, along with financing organisations and partnerships, have headquartered their operations in Geneva, making the mid-sized Swiss city a public health capital of the world. Many of these organisations are engaged in addressing the critical interface between public health, development and innovation, including intellectual property rights. The following is a backgrounder and guide to many of the organisations working on these issues in town. Available only for IP-Watch Subscribers. Please login or subscribe to read the full story. Related Articles: Geneva Events Address Public Health Solutions For Developing Countries IP, Trade And Public Health Leaders Turn A Page In History Together “Trilateral” Symposium Addresses Topics Of Global Public Health And IP Kaitlin Mara may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org."Special Report: Geneva, Public Health Capital Of The World" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.