Briefings and resources on Sponsorship and conflict of interest
The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) initiative IBFAN’s concern about the role of businesses
IBFAN and 20 NGOs Call for Improvements in WHO-NGO Relations
Why IBFAN Has Not Signed on the Civil Society Pledge of ‘A Renewed Promise’ Initiative
Article by Judith Richter about "WHO Reform and Public Interest Safeguards:
An Historical Perspective"
Open letter to the Geneva Health Forum 2012 Conference
Letter on behalf of IBFAN Arab World Co-ordination to the Saudi Pediatric Society
Open letter to Professor Loutan, President of the Organizing Committee of the Geneva Health Forum 2010 Conference
Submission to the UN Special Representative of the Security General on Business and Human Rights for 4-5 October 2009 Consultation
Intervention at the Consultation on Business and Human Rights held by the UN Special Representative of the Security General on 4-5 October 2009
IBFAN position statement on Sponsorship and conflicts of interest, 2006.
Guidance for IBFAN groups and members on participation in events sponsored fully or partially by companies with commercial interest in infant and young child feeding (January 2006).
Baby Milk Action press release 10 September 2004: International conference says no to baby food industry sponsorship.
28 October 2003: Briefing paper launch - Building on Quicksand? The Global Compact, democratic governance and Nestlé.
10 July 2003 - IBFAN Letter to the UN Global Compact and the UN Global Compacts response.