Network resources

CE4AMR began in Kathmandu, June 2019, with an interdisciplinary workshop co-lead by HERD international and the University of Leeds. 
Read the event briefing report here
Access project reports and reflections from the CE4AMR network.
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View publications developed by members of the CE4AMR network.
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Many CE4AMR projects result in Co-produced outputs developed by a range of stakeholders.
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A co-created resource pack including teachers guidance, games activities and playing cards
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CE4AMR has contributed case studies to The Sonar-Global OPERATE-SOC AMR training curriculum. This resource provides interdisciplinary training into the social dimensions of AMR in practice, using a One Health framework .
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Several members of the CE4AMR network have contributed The Sonar-Global's Social Dimensions of Antimicrobial Resistance MOOC. This is an independent course for non-social scientists who want to know more about the social dimensions of AMR.
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This report highlights the breadth and depth of youth engagement across a host of pressing global problems that young people face, particularly in the Global South. Including AMR, the projects discussed, all funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), showcase the many different ways in which young people are addressing issues such as youth un(der) employment, inadequate educational systems or gender-based violence, as well as issues that have specifically come to the fore during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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