International Women's Day 2020 - Collaborative Approach to Improving Maternity Experiences of Black Women

When: 9th March 2020
Venue: The Monastery Manchester, Gorton Lane, Manchester M12 5WF
Cost: Free

9.30am to 3pm on Mon, 9 March 2020

This International Women's day event, organised by the Caribbean & African Health Network (CAHN) Greater Manchester, aims to take a solutions based approach to tackling the poor maternal experiences of Black women. The event is delivered in partnership with statutory and community organisations. Panel members and speakers will consist of a range of stakeholders from across the statutory, voluntary and community sector. Participants will also hear from Black women with lived experiences of maternity care.

Although this event is free, spaces are limited so booking is necessary. For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/collaborative-approach-to-improving-maternity-experiences-of-black-women-keynote-speaker-professor-tickets-89083538261?utm-medium=discovery&fbclid=IwAR0r3epUVH5alkwrX3DWVNCoM-BY9yh5DAX73CyrRLhWIZO1ndekGqRpVpM

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