AMR Social Science Project

Workshop 1
AMR Social Science Project investigates antimicrobial resistance through a political science lens, by analyzing the political dynamics that prevent AMR from gaining greater traction on the global policy agenda. The project is centered at Roskilde University based on collaboration with University of Melbourne and is funded by Independent Research Fund Denmark

The Journey Begins

The first AMR Global Challenges and Social Science Workshop was held for two consecutive days at Roskilde University, where practitioners and academics on the field of AMR participated. The workshop was part of a four year project that investigates antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through a political science lens, by analyzing the political dynamics that prevent AMR from gaining greater traction on the global policy agenda.