Learn more about our campaigns: Whether you are a UAEM member, an interested student, an activist, a researcher, an academic, or a member of another organization or institution, UAEM has opportunities for you to learn about and get involved in our work.
Please fill out our form here, so that we can connect with you and help you join or support the movement for access to medicines!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our campaigns and how to get involved in UAEM’s work.
Add your voice: Sign our statement of principles, called the Philadelphia Consensus Statement, to call on universities to make the fruits of their research available in the developing world at the lowest possible cost.
The Statement has garnered the support of more than 100 luminaries in the field – including Jeffrey Sachs, Paul Farmer, ten Nobel Laureates, top intellectual property professors, and the former deans of the schools of public health at Yale and Harvard – as well as thousands of other students and professors at over a hundred campuses around the world.
Contribute Evidence: In order to make our supporting sources more easily accessible, UAEM also has a site called UAEM Evidence.
UAEM Evidence is an attempt to collect all the resources we use in a straightforward manner, to make it easy to find a needed reference as quickly as possible. “Pieces of Evidence” are concise points of argument that can be taken and used whenever needed, saving you the research.
This is a LIVE website that anyone can add to. Whenever you read a great article, and forward it to mailing lists, or your friends, or just bookmark it, you could also add it to UAEM Evidence. All the Evidence is grouped into categories and tagged by our moderators.
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