Birth Rights & COVID-19: Socio-Legal Reflections on Changing Choices and Increasing Restriction

May 4th, 2021|0 Comments

By Elizabeth Chloe Romanis (@ECRomanis) & Anna Nelson (@Anna_Nelson95) In the previous post in this series we provided an overview of the socio-legal gap that exists between the legal principle that pregnant people have a right to make choices about childbirth and the reality [...]

Birth Rights & COVID-19: Changing Choices and Increasing Restriction

May 4th, 2021|0 Comments

By Elizabeth Chloe Romanis (@ECRomanis) & Anna Nelson The second of our COVID-19 birthing workshops focused on the ways in which birthing preferences of pregnant people may have changed in response to the crisis, and the extent to which birthing preferences were respected [...]

Birth Rights & COVID-19: Socio-Legal Reflections on the Problem of Unconsented Vaginal Examinations

April 26th, 2021|0 Comments

By Anna Nelson (@Anna_Nelson95) & Elizabeth Chloe Romanis (@ECRomanis) In the previous post in this series we provided an overview of the problem of unconsented vaginal examinations during labour and reflected briefly on some of the key discussions and themes which emerged during [...]

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