Global team of humanities and social science researchers to explore Just Transitions for antimicrobial resistance

  10 May 2023

‘Just Transitions to mitigate antimicrobial resistance’ is a multidisciplinary social science and humanities programme funded by the British Academy. Led by Dr Sonia Lewycka and Professor Phaik Yeong Cheah, its team of 20 researchers will convene global and regional dialogues, engaging with key stakeholders to co-create equitable and sustainable solutions to manage antimicrobial resistance.

Just Transitions for AMR brings together social science and humanities researchers from diverse backgrounds and differentially affected regions to discuss what a just and equitable transition will mean for containing and mitigating AMR. Led by Dr Sonia Lewycka and Professor Phaik Yeong Cheah from the University of Oxford, the project centres around ‘Just Transitions’, a conceptual framework developed by the International Labour Organisation to guide climate action.

Author(s): Nuffield Department of Medicine; Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health
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Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition

Bangalore Bioinnovation Centre


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