We will be hosting six events together with partners at the annual Almedalsveckan in Visby, Gotland.
Antibiotic resistance is one of the most pressing challenges for global health in the 21st century
In this Development Dialogue Paper we discuss how diminishing antimicrobial effectiveness represents a formidable threat to global development.
The Foundation hosts international seminar series with UN Permanent Representatives on global goals and challenges
Ahead of COP21 our seminar looked at climate finance, a potential major stumbling block to success, from a variety of perspectives.
In preparation for the UN Climate Change Conference in December 2015, the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation, in cooperation with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), the Stockholm Resilience Centre jointly organise an international seminar series on the topics Resilience and Conflict Prevention.
The recently launched Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics Summer 2015 issue focuses on “Antibiotic Resistance” (ABR) and includes a series of articles detailing the need for global collective action for ABR and what tools are needed to achieve it. The series sought input from experts from a diverse range of academic and professional disciplines – each of whom brings a unique perspective to advancing global health. This series was supported by ReAct, the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
The annual Uppsala Health Summit was organised on 2-3 June and the theme for this year was antibiotic resistance. The 180 invited experts discussed concrete action and next steps on the many interlinked issues concerning antibiotic resistance. The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation co-organised the workshop “Access, not Excess – Rational Use of Antibiotics”.
On 1-2 June, the annual conference EAT Stockholm Food Forum welcomed a broad range of global stakeholders to discuss solutions to sustainable food consumption and the development of a food road map to 2050 when the world’s population is believed to amount to 9 billion. Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation participated in the conference and co-organised a workshop on “The Protein Puzzle: The Future of Protein Consumption”. These activities were carried out within the Foundation’s programme Global Disorders, where antibiotics resistance and global governance are particularly relevant to the discussion.
Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation hosted a two-day writers’ workshop to facilitate action towards an international legal mechanism on antimicrobial resistance. The meeting also served as a peer-review process for authors contributing to a journal series that will be published shortly.