Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics

The Alliance is a coalition of health, medical, environmental and animal welfare groups campaigning to stop the overuse of antibiotics in animal farming.

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Over one million people have signed Avaaz’s recent petition calling on EU agricultural and health ministers to take action on antibiotic use in farming – make your voice heard by signing today

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If you are health professional, representative of a medical organisation, citizens group or environmental NGO, we urge you to join the Alliance to Save our Antibiotics and support this critical work. Get in touch.

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We are calling on the UK Government to take the following actions:

  • Set a target for reducing farm antibiotic use by 50% by 2020 and by 80% by 2025 including a target to cut the use of critically important antibiotics by 80% by 2020 and 95% by 2025.
  • Ban all preventative mass medication in feed or water, except for where disease has been diagnosed in some animals.
  • Annual national surveillance data on the human health impacts of antimicrobial resistance.

 

Contact the alliance

Katherine Button
Campaign Coordinator
katherine@sustainweb.org
0203 5596 777 @ASOAntibiotics

Media Enquiries

Natasha Collins Daniel
Press Office Manager – Soil Association
ncollinsdaniel@soilassociation.org
0117 914 2448

Or Lara Richardson
Head of Media - Compassion in World Farming
Lara.Richardson@ciwf.org.uk
01483 521 995

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The Alliance was founded by the Soil Association, Compassion in World Farming, and Sustain.

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