Geneva Network is a public policy research and advocacy organisation working at the nexus of international intellectual property, health and trade issues.
Through our global network of academic researchers and thought-leaders, we are adding to the evidence-base around intellectual property, health and trade debates.
Our hope is that our research and analysis contributes to better global policymaking in this important area.
A statement of our research principles is available here.
Why are we called Geneva Network?
Geneva is an international city at the centre of debate and innovative thinking on intellectual property, health and trade policy.
Like our namesake city, we bring together the best minds from all over the world to contribute to the global conversation.
Geneva Network was founded in 2015.
How are we funded?
Geneva Network is a private organisation registered in England. We are funded by a range of foundations and public and private sector institutions.