Join us for the ReAct Webinar "AMR High-level Meeting 2024: Mobilizing Collective Action" on 9th of November! Right before World AMR Week! The webinar will feature highlights and learnings from the ReAct Report: Unlocking Barriers for Collective Action. You will also get the opportunity to take part of reflections from invited panelists.
The Uppsala Dialogue Meeting from May 2023 deliberated on the needs for a common vision and was an early step to propose key components and steps to make the next UN High-level Meeting successful. As a follow-up, ReAct is hosting a webinar on 9th November, highlighting key takeaways from the meeting report and sharing insights navigating the policy landscape and the path to collective action towards the UN High-level Meeting and beyond.
Look at recording of webinar
WEBINAR: AMR High-level Meeting 2024: Mobilizing Collective Action
Date: 9th November 2023
Time: 14:00-15:00 CET
THE WEBINAR WILL FEATURE
The ReAct Report: Unlocking Barriers for Collective Action – from Uppsala Dialogue Meeting
Highlights, recap of key takeaways and insights for catalyzing collective commitments.
On the road to the UN HLM 2024 – navigating the current policy landscape
- What is at stake and what is the opportunity that the HLM represent?
Martha Gyansa-Lutterodt Chapter Chair, West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists
- Lessons learned from experiences of mobilizing for the 2023 UN HLMs
Quentin Batréau Research and Advocacy Lead, Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN)
- The political dynamics affecting the global discourse on AMR
Viviana Muñoz Tellez Coordinator, Health, Intellectual Property and Biodiversity Programme (HIPB), South Centre
Reflections from invited panelists on navigating the complex policy landscape and the path to collective action. Engage and share key considerations for a successful UN High-level Meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance.
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