WikiVBP Reference Library, ‘Philosophy of Birth WikiVBP Library’, online

WikiVBP Reference Library, ‘Philosophy of Birth WikiVBP Library’, online

Network Announcements

Please see below for the announcements from the network for the last 12 months. For older announcements please visit the VBP Archive

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Reading Group, ‘Live & Unplugged Conversations on Birth’, online/ University of Oxford/ Complutense University of Madrid, from October 2022 to June 2023
Live & Unplugged Conversations on Birth is where philosophy translates in clinical practice and lively conversations begin. In this exploratory laboratory, we will bridge traditional silos between reproductive care and philosophy. We have the opportunity here to also create participatory values-based practice in childbirth for all to enrich us all.
June 15, 2022
Collaboration with the Summer School, ‘Humanising Birth’, online/ University of Utrecht, July 2022
Globally, the call for the humanization of childbirth is loud and urgent. The rate childbirth-related trauma, maternal, and neonatal morbidity and mortality in BIPOC communities, and the lack of midwifery for people of all genders, testify that we are not yet getting it right.
June 15, 2022

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