5th Mar 2024 | News


Emily Moore is now an Associate Legal Trainer with the charity Birthrights. Birthrights is the leading authority on protecting human rights in childbirth in the UK. They provide advice and information on legal rights in the maternity context, deliver training to healthcare professionals and birth workers, and campaign to change maternity policy and systems.

Emily joins other expert trainers with in-depth knowledge of human rights law and how it applies to maternity care. As an Associate Legal Trainer, Emily will be equipping healthcare professionals with:

  • knowledge of the law and human rights principles;
  • an understanding of how to apply this in practice; and
  • the ability to communicate effectively in a way that upholds the rights of women and birthing people.

This week marks International Women’s Day (IWD), a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. Marked annually on 8 March, IWD is one of the most important days of the year for educating and raising awareness about women’s equality, calling for positive change affecting women, and championing women’s rights. Birthrights’ work is instrumental in advancing these causes.

Emily comments: “I am so proud to be starting work as an Associate Legal Trainer with the phenomenal Birthrights. Rights-respecting care during pregnancy and childbirth is a topic that has fascinated me since my own experiences of navigating the maternity system when pregnant with my daughter in 2022. Thank you to the team at Birthrights for the opportunity to engage in such meaningful work, I cannot wait to get started!”


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