In October last year, India and South Africa launched a proposal at the WTO to waive large parts of the Agreement on Trade-related Aspects of Intellectual Property rights (the “TRIPS Agreement”) in relation to the prevention, containment or treatment of COVID-19, for a to-be-negotiated number of years. They quickly garnered support from many others, including African and Least-Developed Countries.
SINGAPORE – 20 May 2021 – International communications consultancy Hume Brophy today announces the appointment of Shawn Balakrishnan as Director for its Southeast Asia operations.
International communications consultancy Hume Brophy today announces the appointment of Robin Hamman as its Group Director of Digital Strategy, as a key component of its plans to put digital at the heart of the firm’s integrated offer.
International communications and government relations firm Hume Brophy has appointed Alastair Gornall as Non-Executive Chair. Mr Gornall succeeds Michael Brophy who has chaired the business since 2012.
Are ESG Requirements in the EU Coherent?
The European Commission sees sustainable finance as key to delivering its policy objectives under the European Green Deal as well as its international commitments with regard to climate change.
International communications consultancy Hume Brophy today announces that former Member of the European Parliament Tom Vandenkendelaere has joined its Public Affairs team as an Associate.
Hume Brophy today announces the appointment of former Special Advisor to Tánaiste Simon Coveney TD, Caitríona Fitzpatrick, as Senior Account Director in its Public Affairs Team.
Hume Brophy has boosted its public and regulatory affairs team in financial services with the hire of the Czech Republic’s financial attaché to the EU, Lucie Binová, as Account Director.