Annual G8 Meeting, July, 2001
Government and UN Statements
Official website for the G8 meeting.
This site includes the G8's final official statement and links to the government sites for each country, as well as a number of other documents.
July 22, 2001. White House Press Release.
US Accomplishments, Genoa Summit.
Also, see the White House Releases from
July 20, 2001.
Statement of UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.
July 5, 2001.
Statement of The Rt Hon Chris Patten,
Commissioner for External Relations for the European Parliament.
Independent Media Center
website containing much information on the demonstrations.
July 23, 2001. Oxfam Press Release.
Genoa Fails; Big Promise for Next Year.
July 22, 2001. Health GAP Press Release.
G8 Meeting No "Summit for Life."
July 21, 2001. MSF Press Release.
G8 Window Dresses While Poor Die from Lack of Medicines.
July 20, 2001. Health GAP Press Release.
Wealthy Countries Seal the Deal: AIDS Treatment Not Worth the Dollars.
July 18, 2001. Health GAP press release.
Concerns About the Global Fund.
July 11, 2001.
Open letter from MSF to President Bush.
July 1, 2001. Oxfam Briefing Paper.
Where's the Money? G8 Promises, G8 Failures.
July 2001. MSF Media briefing note for the G8 Convention.
From Declarations to Action: Improving Access to Medicines.
June 27, 2001. MSF
Letter to the delegations of the G8 Countries.
July 21, 2001. Philippe Riviere for Le Monde.
Southern Sickness, Northern Medicine.
July 21, 2001. The Economic Times.
No more debt waivers, G8 will focus on AIDS.
July 20, 2001. Laurence McQuillan for USA Today.
G8 Agrees on $1B Trust Fund.
July 20, 2001. Opinion column by Salih Booker in the Johanesburg Mail and Guardian.
The G8 Play God in Genoa.
July 19, 2001. Medicins Sans Frontieres press release.
MSF demands from G8 action to increase acces to medicines
July 18, 2001. Nature Magazine article.
Mission now possible for AIDS fund.
IP and Healthcare