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15 May 2024
Trusteeship Council, United Nations Headquarters
America/New_York timezone

Multi-stakeholder Hearing on Antimicrobial Reistance

15 May 2024

10am - 4:45pm

 

This registration is for stakeholders NOT from an organization in Consultative Status with ECOSOC. 

The multi-stakeholder hearing will take place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA.

The deadline to register is 24 April 2024 at 12pm ET.

 

Objective

The multi-stakeholder hearing will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to contribute to the on-going preparatory process for the high-level meeting on AMR. Participants will exchange views on key priorities for the high-level meeting and its political declaration, while exploring key challenges and potential solutions needed for effectively addressing AMR at the national, regional and global levels.

Audience

The multi-stakeholder hearing will bring together representatives of regional organizations, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council, invited civil society organizations, philanthropic foundations, academia, medical associations, and the private sector including the agriculture and food industry, broader communities, as well as appropriate senior-level representatives of Member States, observers of the General Assembly, parliamentarians, representatives of local governments, and relevant United Nations entities.

Outcomes

The President of the General Assembly will prepare a summary of the hearing prior to the high-level meeting.

Format

The hearing will include an opening segment, three interactive panel discussions, and a closing segment. Each panel discussion will include statements from panelists, to be followed by an interactive segment. There will be no pre-established list of speakers and participants will be invited to indicate their interest to intervene during the panels.

Panel 1: Adequate, predictable, and sustainable financing of and investments in the AMR response to support country-level implementation

Panel 2: Addressing antimicrobial access, research and development (R&D), and innovation

Panel 3: Effective governance, leadership, and coordination of the AMR response at the national, regional and global levels

 

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America/New_York
In-Person
Trusteeship Council, United Nations Headquarters, New York, United States of America
Trusteeship Council Chamber
United Nations Headquarters New York