POSTPONED FROM JUNE 2020
Making a difference past and future
The purpose of the day is to celebrate what Birth Activists in general and AIMS in particular have achieved, and to learn lessons that will help us all to be more effective at driving change in the maternity services in the future.
Speakers will include Agnes Gereb (Hungarian Obstetrician who was imprisoned for her support of homebirth), Tania McIntosh (Historian with focus on History of Maternity care), Victorian Cochrane (Director of Midwifery with experience of implementing Continuity of Carer), Liz Kelly (Irish Maternity Support Network), Kemi Johnson (AIMS Member, Midwife, Doula and founder of the Facebook Induction of Labour group) and Daniela Drandic (Head of the Reproductive Rights Program, RODA Croatia).
This will be a working meeting where you will have an opportunity to discuss effective ways for Birth Activists to make a difference.
This will be followed by a celebratory dinner which will be served at 7pm.
We will reinstate the website sales of ticket in due course, but if you would like to make a booking now, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can sort this for you.
|Saturday Event, includes lunch and evening meal||£65.00|
|Saturday Event, plus Saturday night and breakfast||£155.00|
|Saturday Event, plus Friday night and breakfast||£155.00|
|Saturday Event, plus Friday evening meal, Friday night and breakfast||£175.00|
|Saturday Event, plus Friday & Saturday nights and breakfasts||£245.00|
|Saturday Event, plus Friday evening meal, Friday & Saturday nights and breakfasts||£265.00|
|Suggested donation to support AIMS Volunteering||£6.00|
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