Contractions: The Politics of Midwifery

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Contractions is a monthly podcast about the politics of midwifery. All contractions address the analysis and practical change of one political issue surrounding childbirth, such as obstetric or reproductive violence, care, workload, sexism or racism. Every contraction is necessary to cope with in order to arrive at the birth of a midwifery care wherein all pregnant people feel free, safe, and emotionally and physically supported. Contractions' aim is to start an international dialogue with midwives globally, to recognise our issues as shared issues, and to learn from each others visions, critiques and practices. If you want to share your own political contraction that you're currently labouring through, please contact us via Rodantevanderwaal@gmail.com. Contractions is produced by Inga Maria Thorsteinson, Vinny Tailor and Rodante van der Waal.

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Podcast Details

Created by
Inga & Rodante
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 15th, 2020
Latest Episode
Jan 15th, 2021
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
4
Avg. Episode Length
29 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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