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Methodology to analyse AMR-relevant legislation in the food and agriculture sector

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    Méthodologie d'analyse de la législation relative à la résistance aux antimicrobiens (RAM) dans le secteur de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture
    Document d'orientation pour les Juristes (Version préliminaire pour consultation publique)
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    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Методология анализа законодательства по вопросам УПП в продовольственном и сельскохозяйственном секторе
    Руководство для регуляторов (Проект для публичного рассмотрения)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Wildlife legislation and the empowerment of the poor in Latin America
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    This study analyzes and compares national legislation on wildlife management in eleven countries in Central and South America, with the aim of identifying strengths and weaknesses of legal frameworks in the promotion of sustainable wildlife management and in allowing all members of society, and particularly disadvantaged people, to directly benefit from wildlife management. The study identifies several approaches to wildlife regimes in the region, which may be generally classified as either holi stic or sectoral. Holistic regimes regulate biodiversity and its components through comprehensive regimes governing all extractive and non-extractive uses of wildlife, while sectoral ones consist of a series of different legal instruments – usually developed independently from each other – on disparate issues such as hunting and wildlife conservation in protected areas.
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    Méthodologie d'analyse de la législation relative à la résistance aux antimicrobiens (RAM) dans le secteur de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture
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    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Руководство для регуляторов (Проект для публичного рассмотрения)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Wildlife legislation and the empowerment of the poor in Latin America
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    2009
    Also available in:
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    This study analyzes and compares national legislation on wildlife management in eleven countries in Central and South America, with the aim of identifying strengths and weaknesses of legal frameworks in the promotion of sustainable wildlife management and in allowing all members of society, and particularly disadvantaged people, to directly benefit from wildlife management. The study identifies several approaches to wildlife regimes in the region, which may be generally classified as either holi stic or sectoral. Holistic regimes regulate biodiversity and its components through comprehensive regimes governing all extractive and non-extractive uses of wildlife, while sectoral ones consist of a series of different legal instruments – usually developed independently from each other – on disparate issues such as hunting and wildlife conservation in protected areas.
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    Méthodologie d'analyse de la législation relative à la résistance aux antimicrobiens (RAM) dans le secteur de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture
    Document d'orientation pour les Juristes (Version préliminaire pour consultation publique)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Руководство для регуляторов (Проект для публичного рассмотрения)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Book (series)
    Wildlife legislation and the empowerment of the poor in Latin America
    FAO legal papers online #80 September 2009
    2009
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    This study analyzes and compares national legislation on wildlife management in eleven countries in Central and South America, with the aim of identifying strengths and weaknesses of legal frameworks in the promotion of sustainable wildlife management and in allowing all members of society, and particularly disadvantaged people, to directly benefit from wildlife management. The study identifies several approaches to wildlife regimes in the region, which may be generally classified as either holi stic or sectoral. Holistic regimes regulate biodiversity and its components through comprehensive regimes governing all extractive and non-extractive uses of wildlife, while sectoral ones consist of a series of different legal instruments – usually developed independently from each other – on disparate issues such as hunting and wildlife conservation in protected areas.
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    Méthodologie d'analyse de la législation relative à la résistance aux antimicrobiens (RAM) dans le secteur de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture
    Document d'orientation pour les Juristes (Version préliminaire pour consultation publique)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Методология анализа законодательства по вопросам УПП в продовольственном и сельскохозяйственном секторе
    Руководство для регуляторов (Проект для публичного рассмотрения)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (series)
    Wildlife legislation and the empowerment of the poor in Latin America
    FAO legal papers online #80 September 2009
    2009
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    This study analyzes and compares national legislation on wildlife management in eleven countries in Central and South America, with the aim of identifying strengths and weaknesses of legal frameworks in the promotion of sustainable wildlife management and in allowing all members of society, and particularly disadvantaged people, to directly benefit from wildlife management. The study identifies several approaches to wildlife regimes in the region, which may be generally classified as either holi stic or sectoral. Holistic regimes regulate biodiversity and its components through comprehensive regimes governing all extractive and non-extractive uses of wildlife, while sectoral ones consist of a series of different legal instruments – usually developed independently from each other – on disparate issues such as hunting and wildlife conservation in protected areas.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    Méthodologie d'analyse de la législation relative à la résistance aux antimicrobiens (RAM) dans le secteur de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture
    Document d'orientation pour les Juristes (Version préliminaire pour consultation publique)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
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    Методология анализа законодательства по вопросам УПП в продовольственном и сельскохозяйственном секторе
    Руководство для регуляторов (Проект для публичного рассмотрения)
    2020
    Legislation is an essential element of the governance needed to address antimicrobial use (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). National legal frameworks relevant for AMR contain the key regulatory controls within sectors, establish linkages among the numerous actors, sectors and activities, and facilitate coordinated implementation by the various competent authorities. Legislation also provides the basis for enforcement. AMR spans across several sectors, from human medicine, to animal health and production, food safety and the environment. Each of these areas is governed by separate legal instruments that are often drafted with little consideration of the synergies and implications across the areas. Furthermore, these legislations are often not complete and/or not aligned with the relevant international standards. To strengthen national governance and regulation, it is essential that the national regulatory framework are analysed in a holistic, cross-cutting manner to identify the gaps and weaknesses that would likely be overlooked by considering any single sector alone. This Methodology identifies the legal areas that are relevant for AMR governance in the food and agriculture sectors. It also identifies the key regulatory elements within each area that directly contribute to AMR. The application of this Methodology can help national and regional governments and regulators to identify the gaps and weaknesses of their sectoral legislation and governance structures, improving their capacity to better address AMR through legislation. The Methodology is a living document and is open for comments and suggestions.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (series)
    Wildlife legislation and the empowerment of the poor in Latin America
    FAO legal papers online #80 September 2009
    2009
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    This study analyzes and compares national legislation on wildlife management in eleven countries in Central and South America, with the aim of identifying strengths and weaknesses of legal frameworks in the promotion of sustainable wildlife management and in allowing all members of society, and particularly disadvantaged people, to directly benefit from wildlife management. The study identifies several approaches to wildlife regimes in the region, which may be generally classified as either holi stic or sectoral. Holistic regimes regulate biodiversity and its components through comprehensive regimes governing all extractive and non-extractive uses of wildlife, while sectoral ones consist of a series of different legal instruments – usually developed independently from each other – on disparate issues such as hunting and wildlife conservation in protected areas.

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