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50% Off Webinar for the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference




I have been confirmed as a panelist at the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference on May 31 - June 1, 2012 at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

If you attend, please take a few seconds to fill out the box on the form which asks how you learned about the conference with some variation of Unnecesarean, The Unnecesarean, Jill Arnold, CesareanRates.com or anything that will let them know that I referred you. Without the benefit of institutional support and without a spare $1500 in my pocket, I asked if they would be willing to help me get there and was relieved that I could help them by filling seats.

If you are in the Netherlands, then please ga naar de conferentie en vertel hen dat ik van je verzonden.

For those of you who want to stay put and attend the conference from home, you will want to get a group together and sign up for the webinar for half-off just for saying I referred you!

Please read more and reserve your spot today. My new Dutch friends can now mock me for using Google Translate to destroy their language. Het spijt me.



Human Rights in Childbirth Conference

Healthcare in childbirth is of great importance to society. This conference takes a unique, consumer perspective. It will focus on the legal and human rights issues arising at the intersection of childbirth and healthcare. The conference is being organized and hosted by affected groups, a legal research institute, and an international law program at The Hague University. Therefore, it creates a unique opportunity for a wide spectrum of stakeholders to share perspectives on the issues relating to birthing women and their families.

Doctors, midwives, lawyers, and parents agree on the general principle of client-centered care in childbirth. The conference will be a platform to explore the practical aspects of human rights in 21st century healthcare systems, and how those systems can both maximize safety and respect the dignity of the women they support.

For more information on the conference and for an overview of our esteemed panelists, please visit our website: www.humanrightsinchildbirth.com. (Facebook | Twitter)


About the Human Rights in Childbirth Webinar

This webinar provides a unique opportunity for professionals and parents around the world to be a part of the global discussion on human rights in childbirth. The Human Rights in Childbirth Conference will be LIVE streamed by a professional team, so you can watch live and join the discussion via twitter.

If you are unable to join live, you will be able to watch the conference panels at your leisure for 30 days following the conference, join the ongoing discussion via the Facebook page, and connect with the regional and international networks of professionals capable of protecting women’s fundamental right to authority and support in childbirth.

We want the conference to be accessible for your community, and we have negotiated a special price for you to join this important event!


Regular Price: €175/2 days inclusive the pre-conference publication. [Edit 5/8/2012- One day webinar option dropped]

Special Price for The Unnecesarean: $75/2 days pre-conference publication not included.


How to get this special price:

1. Go to the Registration Form: Registration Page

2. Fill in the registration form and select the webinar (you will see the regular prices but don’t worry you will get your discount!), in the field “How did you learn about the conference? *” fill in “Unnecesarean Discount”

3. Do not pay by clicking on the PAY PAL directly (then you will pay the regular price). You will receive a confirmation email from our office with the discounted price and you can pay either via PAY PAL or via a bank transfer.  The details for this will be provided in the email confirmation (this is created by a human, it is not an automatic mail, so won’t be sent directly). 





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Reader Comments (1)

Awesome! Which day is your presentation? PS no space cakes til after.

April 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAnother Rachel
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