GSL publishes paper on political feasibility of an international AMR agreement

December 16, 2016
GSL publishes paper on political feasibility of an international AMR agreement

 

On December 16th, Biomed Central’s Global Health Research and Policy published a timely article by GSL’s Global Health Law Clinic fellows Susan Rogers Van Katwyk, Marie-Évelyne Danik, Ioana Pantis and Rachel Smith with Steven Hoffman and John-Arne Røttingen titled “Developing an approach to assessing the political feasibility of global collective action and an international agreement on antimicrobial resistance.” Building on a previous report commissioned by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, this article assesses one approach for international political and stakeholder interest alignment so the global collective can commit to tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR) together. Read the article here, and read the authors’ previous report on the same topic here.