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Advocating for Black Womens' Health in Maternity Services

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Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Price: free
Speaker(s): Illiyin Morrison

Advocating for Black Womens' Health in Maternity Services

A Masterclsss with Illiyin Morrison

About this Event
An event by the Department of Midwifery.

Please note: this event will be held online. Joining link will be sent after registration.


Illiyin Morrison is a midwife, mother and hypnobirthing teacher with a passion for racial equity and advocacy in childbirth. Illiyin has facilitated five sold out masterclass sessions, teaching about cultural competency and bias in women's health to healthcare professionals, with the aim of helping all women and birthing people feel safe throughout their pregnancy and birth experiences and for birth workers to ensure they are facilitating this.

Please join us for this important informal session which will address issues around advocating for and challenges of caring for Black & Brown women in maternity services, amidst the current climate of racial inequalities.


Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Anastasiya Stravolemova