On this page, we feature resources that highlight priority areas for research and policy on AMR. 

WHO strategic priorities on antimicrobial resistance: preserving antimicrobials for today and tomorrow
This document highlights the key achievements and next steps of the WHO Antimicrobial Resistance Division at Headquarters, Geneva, indicating what has been done and where more needs to be done.

Sonar-Global 3rd AMR Hub Meeting: Social Dimensions of Antibiotic Resistance in Asia: a One Health Perspective
This is a report showcasing findings from a workshop on AMR from a social science perspective with stakeholders from South East Asia. It highlights priorities for AMR from the social science angle. Read the meeting report here!!!

The GRAM project report on the Global Burden of AMR 
Bringing together researchers from around the world the GRAM project develops an evidence base for AMR. GRAM published in January 2022 a global burden of AMR, the first of its kind, which highlights challenges and opportunities for research and policy change. You can watch a video that presents the summary findings here and read a detailed report published in The Lancet here!!! 

European Public Health Alliance Roadmap for action on AMR
The European Public Health Alliance Roadmap for action on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) highlights 5 key strategies and targets to tackle AMR. Read more!!! They also have a report which provides a description of some best practices to combat AMR across the one health spectrum, describing how these were implemented, the achievements and why these practices were unique. You can read the complete report here.

Report on the Call to Action on Antimicrobial Resistance 2021 Conference
The report highlights discussions by key stakeholders at the global level on AMR, outlining key discussions and where action is needed to address AMR 

The global response to AMR: momentum, success, and critical gaps
Wellcome report on The global response to AMR: momentum, success, and critical gaps, summarises discussions and interactions with stakeholders, and document review highlighting AMR landscape and potential areas of opportunity.

Strategic framework for collaboration on antimicrobial resistance
This Framework reflects the joint work of WHO, FAO, OIE, and UNEP to advance the One Health response to AMR at the global, regional, and country levels. It broadly supports the implementation of the five pillars of the Global Action Plan on AMR, as well as strengthening global AMR governance.

Understanding the antibiotic manufacturing ecosystem
This report looks at the high-level mapping of global antibiotic supply chains, the key pressure points, and fragilities. It discusses options to ensure potential measures to limit antibiotic discharge from manufacturing effluent into the environment and the need for plausible environmental regulation.

JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda on Antimicrobial Resistance
This document highlights the key priority areas of research such as Therapeutics, Diagnostics, Surveillance, Transmission, Environment, and Interventions all geared towards combating AMR in different settings.

Operational public health considerations for the prevention and control of infectious diseases in the context of Russia’s aggression towards Ukraine
This document aims to provide operational guidance for the prevention and control of infectious diseases in the context of mass exodus of displaced people from Ukraine.

Understanding the Antibiotic Manufacturing Ecosystem: A view of global supply chains, pressure points, and implications for antimicrobial resistance response. New Wellcome publication
This report maps global antibiotic supply chains highlighting gaps and discussing options to reduce discharge to the environment.

Global Antimicrobial Resistance Governance: 6 Key Lessons From the Paris Climate Agreement
Here, Weldon and colleagues discuss their view on lessons relevant to building and managing the global AMR collective action and governance.

The trio Presidency declaration on AMR
This document is a declaration of the Trio Presidency of the Council of the European Union calling on all Member States to strengthen their action and cooperation at European and international levels with regard to the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Health Inequities and AMR
From the University of Cape Town Groote Schuur Hospital's Division of Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine, this video presentation highlights inequities in global health and antimicrobial resistance research and the need for socio-cultural and behaivioural research.