The Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics is made up of 65 supporting members which represent a further 500+ organisations. Our members span a wide range of medical, health, agricultural, environmental, consumer and animal welfare sectors from across the EU.
Membership of the Alliance offers a multi-disciplinary platform from which to raise the profile of human and animal antibiotic resistance at policy, industry and public levels. Members are offered the opportunity to contribute to our outreach work, briefings and consultations, or to support our media work and policy advocacy.
Arzteinitiative gegen Massentierhaltung was formed in 2013. The coalition of doctors aims to inform the public about the medical consequences of factory farming, in particular the risks associated with veterinary overuse of antibiotics.
The Campaign for Better Hospital Food is calling for higher standards of food served to patients, visitors and staff in hospitals. The campaign seeks to raise the bar for hospital food in terms of provenance, nutrition, quality and sustainability.
Founded in 2010, the College of Medicine brings together senior healthcare professionals and scientists to advocate for a new attitude to healthcare: which forges partnerships across society, emphasises prevention and empowers a healthier, happier population.
The UK Sepsis Trust (UKST) was established as a charity in 2012 with the objective of saving 12,500 lives every year. It is committed to changing the way the NHS deals with Sepsis, to increasing public awareness and supporting those affected by Sepsis.
The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) is Europe’s leading NGO advocating for better health. A member-led organisation made up of public health NGOs, patient groups and health professionals, EPHA works to improve health and strengthen the voice of public health in Europe.
The Faculty of Public Health (FPH) is the standard setting body for specialists in public health in the United Kingdom. FPH is a joint faculty of the three Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom (London, Edinburgh and Glasgow).
The Institute of Primary Care and Public Health at Cardiff University aims to promote health and well-being by reducing inequalities in population health; through conducting world-leading locally and internationally relevant research.
Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome Help (HUSH) is a charitable organisation set up in 1997 following the outbreak of E.coli O157 in Central Scotland. HUSH works to increase public awareness of E.coli O157 and share information on the steps that can be taken to avoid infection.
The Global Sepsis Alliance is a non-profit organization working to elevate public, philanthropic and governmental understanding of sepsis and to accelerate collaboration among researchers, clinicians, and those dedicated to supporting them.
The Scottish Antimicrobial Prescribing Group is a national clinical forum formed in 2008 at the request of the Scottish Government Health Department. The forum’s primary objective is to co-ordinate and deliver a national framework for antimicrobial stewardship.
The Hellenic Sepsis Study Group was organized in May 2006 by the Hellenic Society of Chemotherapy. Its aim is to study a cohort of septic patients in Greece aiming to the characteristics of sepsis in the country.
Malta Health Network represents the interests of patients and health of the community in the European Union and internationally. The Network aims to influence health related policies and practices for the welfare of the community.
Medact is a charity for health professionals and others working to improve health worldwide; through conducting research and analysis, campaigning and lobbying work, and public awareness raising and education.
The German Trauma Society was founded in 1922. The aim of the Society is the comprehensive and sustained promotion of scientific, practical, vocational and interdisciplinary activities in the field of traumatology, especially in trauma surgery.
The European Association of Hospital Pharmacists (EAHP) represents more than 19.000 hospital pharmacists in 35 European countries. EAHP develops the hospital pharmacy profession within Europe in order to ensure the continuous improvement of care for patients in the hospital setting.
ESCMID is Europe’s leading society in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases with members from all European countries and all continents. ESCMID's objectives are the promotion of training and research in the laboratory and good practice in the clinical management of infection.
MRSA Action UK is a registered charity providing information for anyone affected with or seeking information about MRSA or other healthcare related infections. MRSA Action UK aims to raise awareness of MRSA and to provide support to sufferers and dependents.
Health Care Without Harm Europe is a non-profit European coalition of healthcare, academic, environmental, research and health organisations, which brings the voice of healthcare professionals to the European policy debate about key issues.
The Royal College of Pathologists is a professional membership organisation committed to promoting excellence in the practice of pathology. The College has over 10,000 members worldwide, the majority of which are doctors and scientists working in hospitals and universities in the UK.
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) are the professional membership body for physicians, with over 32,000 members and fellows across the globe. The RCP is dedicated to improving the practice of medicine, primarily through the accreditation of physicians.
The National Obesity Forum campaigns to raise public awareness of obesity and the ways it can be tackled through achievable and manageable lifestyle changes. This includes public-facing initiatives and the training of clinicians and healthcare professionals on how to identify and address weight management issues and obesity.
Bulgarian Association for Prevention and Infection Control (BulNoso) was established in 2003. BulNoso aims to provide information on European standards and innovations in infection control for a wide range of specialists in clinical and preventive medicine, and to support professional development and practice.
Agricology is a platform providing practical information about sustainable farming. It provides access to resources on sustainable farming based on agroecological principles, helping farmers and growers to make informed choices.
ARC 2020 is a platform for organisations working together for good food, good farming and better rural policies in the EU. ARC seeks to draw the public’s attention to both the controversies and narratives on future farming, food and rural policies.
The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) is a federation of over 140 environmental citizens' organisations based in all Member States. The EEB works to develop and protect a vast number of environmental issues and policies.
Sustain represents around 100 public interest organisations working at international, national, regional and local level. Sustain advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity and enrich society and culture.
Eating Better is a broad alliance working together to help people move towards eating less meat and more food that’s better for people and the planet, as part of the vital task of creating sustainable food and farming systems.
Friends of the Earth Europe is the largest grassroots environmental network in Europe, uniting more than 30 national organisations with thousands of local groups. Friends of the Earth Europe campaign on today's most urgent environmental and social issues.
Food & Water Europe is the European programme of Food & Water Watch, a non-profit consumer organisation based in the United States. Food & Water Europe champions healthy food and clean water for all.
ICPPC is a leading voice in raising public awareness of the importance of the small family farm in creating an ecologically sensitive, long-term solution to protecting the Polish countryside's natural and cultural biodiversity.
The Sustainable Food Trust is a global voice for sustainable food systems; committed to facing challenges and exploring solutions for a food production system that causes the least possible harm to both humans and the environment
PAN Germany - part of the international Pesticide Action Network - is a charitable organization that provides information on the negative consequences of the use of pesticides and promotes environmentally friendly, socially just alternatives.
Free Range Dairy is a Community Interest Company which aims to promote the value in milk and dairy products from traditional, pasture-based farms. Free Range Dairy recognises free range milk producers who meet a number of standards through their Pasture Promise label.
Founded in 1957, Euro Coop is the voice of the cooperative retailers in Europe. Euro Coop’s associations brings together the national associations of consumer cooperatives in 19 European countries, together representing Europe’s strongest retail force.
hiSbe is a new type of supermarket, with a social enterprise model that serves the interests of people and communities. hiSbe prioritises local products, and works with suppliers who care about health, sustainability and trading fairly.
The Sustainable Restaurant Association is a not-for-profit, membership organisation, which aids food-service businesses to work towards sustainability in their sector and guides customers towards more sustainable choices.
The National Council of Women of Great Britain was founded in 1895. It campaigns for women's rights and participation, and aims to bring together women of all ages to learn more about local, national and international affairs.
Compassion in World Farming is one of three founding members of the Alliance to Save our Antibiotics. Founded in 1967, Compassion in World Farming campaigns peacefully to end all factory farming practices.
Intimate with Nature Society is a volunteer organization established in 2001. It works for the protection and animal welfare through legislative lobbying, educational campaigning, rehoming animals and providing free legal advice on animal welfare.
Farms Not Factories is a non-profit organisation working through film-making and campaigning to expose the true costs of cheap meat from animal factories, and to inspire people to buy meat from local, healthy, high welfare farms.
Albert Schweitzer Stiftung is committed to the protection and rights of animals. It seeks to abolish factory farming and to end the exploitation of animals for food via campaign and policy-focused work.
OneKind seeks to end cruelty to Scotland’s wildlife, pets and other animals through campaigns, research and education. Based in Edinburgh, Onekind works across the UK and internationally in partnership with other animal welfare organisations.
ANDA is a non-profit association which has been working on animal welfare issues since 1989.
ANDA works in collaboration with a number of organisations to influence political decisions around animal welfare in the European Parliament.
GAIA advocates for animal rights in Belgium. GAIA was founded in 1992 and comprises over 30,000 members and supporters. GAIA denounces cruelty and animal abuse through investigations and active, peaceful campaigning.
The Soil Association is a founding member of the Alliance to Save our Antibiotics. As the UK's leading food and farming charity and organic certification body, the Soil Association works to save our soils and make good food the easy choice for everyone.
ShareAction exists to make investment a force for good. Their vision is of an investment system that truly serves savers and communities, and protects our environment for the long term.
Send a Cow gives direct, practical help to poor farmers in East Africa, by providing cows and other livestock, training in livestock rearing and organic farming, and low-cost veterinary and advice services.
The Permaculture Association is a registered charity, founded in 1983, which support members and the public with advice, support, information and training about the theory and practice of permaculture.
The School of Artisan Food exists to teach all aspects of artisan food production. It offers a unique opportunity for people of all skill levels to expand their knowledge through a wide range of short courses, and a one-year Advanced Diploma.
The Organic Research Centre is a registered charity based on Elm Farm, which seeks to develop and support sustainable land-use, agriculture and food systems, which build on organic/agro-ecological principles to ensure the health and well-being of soil, plant, animals, people and the environment.
Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) is the only UK charity focused on tackling the problems caused by pesticides and promoting safe and sustainable alternatives to pesticides in agriculture, urban areas, homes and gardens.
The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association champions the virtues of Pasture for Life farming, providing a distinct and legal identity for systems where animals eat only grass and forage crops their entire life.
Founded in 1980, the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts is Britain’s leading professional association of Head Chefs, Pastry Chefs, Restaurant Managers and suppliers, uniting like-minded professionals in the pursuit of a stronger future for the hospitality industry.
Friends of the Earth campaigns for solutions to environmental problems. It seeks to change the perception of the public, media and policy makers - and to effect policy change with hard-hitting, well-reasoned policy analysis and advocacy campaigns.
IMBT was founded in 1999 as an independent Research and Development Company, focusing on immune systems regulation in insects and higher animals, and how the immune systems of plants, insects and animals are interconnected in a process of Immunity generation.
Global Justice Now is a democratic social justice organisation working as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world.
Humanimal Trust drives collaboration between vets, doctors and researchers so that all humans and animals benefit from sustainable and equal medical progress but not at the expense of an animal’s life. This is One Medicine.
World Animal Protection (formerly known as the World Society for the Protection of Animals) has moved the world to protect animals for the last 50 years. World Animal Protection works to give animals a better life. Its activities include working with companies to ensure high-standards of welfare for the animals in their care, working with governments and other stakeholders to prevent wild animals being cruelly traded, trapped or killed, and saving the lives of animals and the livelihoods of the people who depend on them in disaster situations. World Animal Protection influences decision makers to put animals on the global agenda, and it inspires people to protect animals and to change animals’ lives for the better. More information on World Animal Protection can be found at: www.worldanimalprotection.org.uk