Here a Facebook link to a new piece by Al Jazeera.
This Round Table discussion went out on Turkish TV on Thursday 26th July. Alice Delemare, Campaign adviser at Changing Markets; Patti Rundall, Policy Director at Baby Milk Action; Sabita Uthaya, Consultant in Neonatal Medicine at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; and Mitch Blair, Professor of Paediatrics and Child Public Health at Imperial College London. The two Turkish TV discussions are interesting, touching on sponsorship and research issues.
Round table – Baby business: Is the milk formula industry too powerful?
Here’s another good report on TRT: Infant Formula: An ethical Issue
Nepali Times: Back to the nipple in Nepal More Nepali mothers now exclusively breastfeeding babies for better health. July 27, 2018
Lawyer: Donald Trump called me ‘disgusting’ for request to pump breast milk
Mother Jones: The UN Encourages Breastfeeding. Donald Trump Is Lying About It. Jul. 9, 2018 1:44 PM
Pew Trusts: The U.S. Targeted Breastfeeding Abroad. Here at Home, It’s Another Story.
Why it would have been wise to call for a vote at the 71st WHA
During the 1994 World Health Assembly, the USA and EU objected to a Resolution calling for an end to donations and discounted sales of formula to health care systems. When African delegates threatened to call for a roll call (a vote) all sides withdrew their objections and global consensus on the code was achieved for the first time. Our report in Update 14, October 1994 is below.