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Summit Sierra Leone 19th – 21 March 2012
To take part on the forthcoming event in Sierra Leone please contact:
Ambassador Paul Lengar Sierra Leone
WM, Ambassador to the United Nations to Sierra Leone
West Africa Regional Director
Youth Millennium Development Ambassadors Initiative
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Ambassador Justin Ibezim Agudosi
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Ambassador Mr. Rafael Oko, Nigeria Ambassador Dr. Christiana Thorpe
Millennium Development Ambassadors
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Ambassador Raphael Ogar Oko
Millenium Development Ambassador
Global Educators for All Initiative (GEFAI)
Marketplace School Initiative (MPSI)
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Mr. Emmanuel Marfo
WM, Ambassador to the United Nations to Africa
Communications and Outreach Director, Youth Climate Report
African Regional Director, Intellectual Decision on Environment Solutions (IDEAS)
Country Director, African Views
Founding Executive Director, Global Alliance for Development Foundation (GADeF)
Founder, Youth Community Development Foundation
Coordinator, African Youth in Philanthropy Network (AYPN)
Convenor, Sustain Ghana Conference
Country Coordinator, Earth Charter International
Mr. Abissi Raymond KOUAME
Worldview Mission Ambassador For Ivory Coast- West Africa
-Business International Development Coordinator
-President Founder of NGO LVS (Les Volontaires de la Santé),
-CEO at INTER GLOBDS Group,
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WHY WORLDVIEW MISSION SUPPORTS CONGRESS
HUMANRIGHTS IN CHILDBIRTH http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1aj1btvzkY
What are the Rights and Responsibilities of Birthing Women?
This international conference will convene for discussion and clarity on the scope of birthing women’s human rights to authority, support and choice in childbirth. In December, 2010, the European Court of Human Rights issued the first holding of a high human rights tribunal addressing the legal authority of birthing women as a human rights issue. In Ternovszky v. Hungary, the ECHR addressed the criminal prosecution of midwives in Hungary for supporting out-of-hospital births. The ECHR stated that the human right to privacy and therefore the right concerning the decision to become a parent includes the right of choosing the circumstances of becoming a parent. The Court is satisfied that the circumstances of giving birth incontestably form part of one’s private life for the purposes of this provision (…).”
Who decides how a baby is born? Who chooses where a birth takes place? Who bears the ultimate responsibility for a birth and its outcome? What are the legal rights of birthing women? What are the responsibilities of doctors, midwives and other caregivers in childbirth? What are the rights and interests of the unborn, and how are they protected?
Aim of the Conference
1. To discuss, debate, explore and clarify the practical implications of the European Court of Human Rights’ 2010 holding that women have a human right to choose the circumstances and location in which they give birth. 2. To convene stakeholders in the obstetric system of the Netherlands for meaningful dialogue about the legal status, efficacy, and future of birth options in this country. 3. To publish a collection of legal and scholarly materials on human rights in childbirth, authored by conference participants.
The conference will be held over two days. The first day will convene international multi-disciplinary experts able to unpack and explain the context and significance of the European Court of Human Right’s 2010 holding in Ternovszky v. Hungary. The second day will focus on the Dutch birth system, and the role of home and hospital birth in its past, present and future.
Each of the two days of the conference will consist of four panel discussions of 90 minutes to two hours each. Each panel will have several experts articulating a range of diverse perspectives and opinions on the subject for that panel’s discussion. The format of the panels will be structured to include audience participation throughout the conference.
The conference will convene an audience of up to 500 participants at the Hague University. The audience will consist of lawyers, ob/gyns, midwives, other medical professionals, doulas, students of all these professions, parents and consumer groups and interested parties from a wide range of other disciplines. For those who are unable to attend the conference in person, the conference will also be available by webinar.
Regards: Collaboration Partnership Announcement
The Bynkershoek Institute and Worldview Mission (WM) are proud to announce a collaboration partnership for the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference of 2012, and the long-term project of Human Rights in Childbirth.
The Bynkershoek Institute’s Research Center for Reproductive Rights (RCRR) and the International and European Law Department of the Hague University are organizing the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference, which will be held in The Hague on May 31 and June 1, 2012. This conference will take a uniquely consumer-oriented, rights-based approach to the legal and human rights issues at stake in the care that women and babies receive around pregnancy and childbirth. Number of Dutch and international media organizations will be represented.
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Elements of the collaborative partnership between the RCRR and Worldview Mission will include the following:
– Worldview Mission will be liaison to the United Nations (UN) for the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference to be held ion 31st May and 1st June 2012 – Worldview Mission will inform their partners about the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference: UN New York, WHO, Unicef, VIP’s UN High-level Officials, UN Ambassadors to the United Nations, Chamber of Commerce, VN Brussels and others.
Mr. DANIEL NANA AFORO
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