Connecting global to local civil-society-agenda on AMR at convening in Geneva

  15 June 2019

Along with South Centre and Third World Network, ReAct invited more than 30 participants representing civil society organizations across five continents to discuss key issues on antimicrobial resistance and policy steps moving forward as a coordinated civil society effort in building upon the recommendations of the UN Interagency Coordination Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (IACG) and developing advocacy campaign strategies. Through these discussions, campaigns were designed to further the civil society agenda connecting the global to the local and providing a coordinated approach among civil society organizations.

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