Assessing the Political Feasibility of an International Agreement on Antimicrobial Resistance

This report was commissioned by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and focused on the political feasibility of an international agreement on antimicrobial resistance.  The major finding was that a comprehensive response to AMR would commit all countries to act simultaneously on access, conservation and innovation. However, such an agreement is not immediately politically feasible without additional incentives and supports; instead, a core group of specialized countries could act to create the basis of an agreement before inviting other countries to join (report available here).

By Marie Évelyne Danik, Ioana Pantis, Susan Rogers Van Katwyk, and Rachel Smith.

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