Access Not Excess
Curbing Antibiotic Use in Food and Agriculture
Catalyzing Antibiotic Innovation

The Declaration

In May 2014, the Antibiotic Resistance Coalition launched the 'Declaration on Antibiotic Resistance' to advocate for policy change and action to prevent the post-antibiotic era from becoming a bleak reality. The Declaration calls for international leadership to take actions such as:

  • Prohibit the mis-promotion and advertising of antibiotics;
  • Promote new, needs-driven and open research and development models based on the principle of delinkage;
  • Phase out the use of antibiotics from routine disease prevention in livestock and end their use, altogether, for growth promotion;
  • Build robust systems, in all countries, to monitor and report antibiotic use and resistance trends in humans and animals; and
  • Improve public awareness to support an ecological understanding of the human-bacterial interaction and behavior change around antibiotic use.

Explore the Antibiotic Resistance Declaration (an interactive version of the chart on the right)

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