Dr. Ágnes Geréb, Hungarian Midwife and Obstetrician

Dr. Ágnes Geréb is a Hungarian obstetrician and midwife who has been fighting for her freedom following her house arrest and thret of imprisonment due to her support for women birthing outside of the obstetric system.

In June 2018, Ágnes was given clemency by the Hungarian President but still has not yet been pardoned.

March 2018: ENCA letter to the Hungarian President in support of Ágnes, countersigned by AIMS

February 2018: A summary of the current situation

January 2018: AIMS' letter to the Hungarian President asking for clemency

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Journal

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Resolution – Moving forward from a…

AIMS Journal, 2019, Vol 31, No 3 By Emma Ashworth For years, AIMS produced a small book called “Making a Complaint about Maternity Care” which looked at the different way…

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The AIMS Guide to Resolution: A new…

AIMS Journal, 2019, Vol 31, No 3 By Shane Ridley I’m very pleased to introduce a book, The AIMS Guide to Resolution After Birth , which is being released shortly, in the…

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Failures in Maternity System Regula…

AIMS Journal, 2019, Vol 31, No 3 By Beth Whitehead After a difficult birth, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and exhausted. What I found the toughest part to deal with w…

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Events

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Midlands Maternity & Midwifery Fest…

The festival runs from 8am to 5pm on 23rd April 2020 and includes expert speakers, an exhibition, seminars and an awards ceremony. Speakers include: Mary Renfrew FRSE (Pr…

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Perinatal Mental Health Maternity S…

8.30am - 5pm Study day, including networking breaks and lunch, with sessions on the following topics: Bipolar support in pregnancy and planning for the postnatal period M…

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AIMS Volunteers Meeting

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Latest Campaigns

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Letter to The Guardian in response…

Sent 9th May 2019 By email ( guardian.readers@theguardian.com ) Dear Sir, I write in response to the opinion piece by Barbara Ellen entitled “Meghan Markle’s home birth s…

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AIMS Response to MBRRACE-UK Report…

Download PDF MBRRACE-UK: Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care MBRRACE-UK: Perinatal Mortality Surveillance report for births in 2016 www.npeu.ox.ac.uk/mbrrace-uk/reports…

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Implementing Better Births: Continu…

Download PDF Commissioners and providers across England, guided by their MVPs, are working across the country to implement sustainable Continuity of Carer models of care,…

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