Open for Debate
Brundtland actively fostered partnerships between pharmaceutical companies and the World Health Organization (WHO) when she was director there. While some didn't agree with this move, fearing that WHO would become too dependent on the corporations, it was under Brundtland's leadership that the drug companies agreed for the first time to reduce prices in developing countries.
Bibliography: Keller, Richard C. "Brundtland, Gro Harlem." The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History, Vol. 1, Oxford University Press, 2008, 260-261.
Please note that while Awesome Women Library tries to include links only to media from reputable sources, we cannot attest to the quality or content of any media listed on this website. Our mission is to introduce you to these Awesome Women and give you a wide array of resources for learning more. We haven't read everything listed and are not a recommendation site, nor is this meant to be an exhaustive catalog of every book related to this woman -- there's just too much out there! Happy reading!!