Press

I have published numerous op-eds on international economic policy issues in leading newspapers and periodicals such as the Los Angeles Times, le Monde, International Herald Tribune, The New Scientist and Asahi Shinbun. I have been interviewed by tv and radio such as BBC, RFI, NHK, CNN.

A selection of my press articles:

Human rights are not losing traction in the global South, November 22 2016, open Global Rights

UN report on access to medicines is an opportunity for sustainable solutions, November 8, 2016, The Lancet Global Health

Opinion: Protecting health in trade agreements — challenge to Japan’s role as leader in global health, November 7 2016, Kyodo News

The Power of Numbers and the Global Goals, September 2013, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) DACNews Feature Article

MDG Strengths as Weaknesses,  April 2013 European Centre for Development Policy and Management (ECDPM) Great Insights, 2:3.

Health Impact Fund – Raising Issues Of Distribution, IP Rights And Alliances (with Proochista Ariana), September 27, 2011, IP-Watch Inside Views.

Learning the lessons of the MDGs: the second time round let’s get it right (with Alicia Yamin), August 30, 2011, The Guardian

MDGs and the narrative of development: What about pro-poor growth and structural change? , August 11, 2011,  Nordic Africa Development Forum.

After 2015: keep the MDGS but add a goal for reducing inequality, 01 July 2009, The Broker

Give Japan’s Consumers Confidence, November 12, 1998, New York Times

Videos:

Sakiko Fukuda-Parr talks about the Global Poverty Project

Sakiko Fukuda-Parr speaking at ‘Beyond 2015: Towards a New Consensus on Global Poverty,’ a conference marking the launch of the Canadian chapter of Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP)

Replacing the Millennium Development Goals (Panel) at ASAP Canada Launch, Ryerson University

Interview of Sakiko Fukuda-Parr on the 2010 MDG Review

People First : Human Development Reports (includes interview footage with Sakiko Fukuda-Parr)

Human Rights and the Global Economy – Session 2 – The New School, 2011 (session which includes Sakiko Fukuda-Parr)