Resources

Category: Our research and publications

This is what change looks like

25 years of Birth Companions' influence in the criminal justice system
20 Sep 2021

Working together to improve care for women facing disadvantage and inequality

North Central London Local Maternity System and Birth Companions
6 Sep 2021

Birth Companions’ response to the Case for Change

Responding to the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care
21 Jul 2021

Women’s Health Strategy

Birth Companions' written submission to the DHSC
9 Jun 2021

A Window of Opportunity

Understanding the needs and experiences of pregnant women and new mothers in contact with the criminal justice system in the community in England.
24 May 2021

Evaluation of Birth Companions perinatal support during the COVID-19 pandemic

An exploratory ​study​ of our support for women during and after release from prisons in England during the COVID-19 pandemic
10 May 2021

Why mothers at risk of separation or separated from their babies need access to specialist care

Blog post by Kirsty Kitchen, Head of Policy and Communications, Birth Companions
22 Sep 2020

From Now On...

Priorities for pregnant women and new mothers facing multiple disadvantage
23 Jul 2020

Birth Companions' submission to the Women and Equalities Committee

Read our submission to the Women and Equalities Committee inquiry into the impact of COVID-19 and associated measures.
1 May 2020

The Birth Charter Toolkit

A practical guide to implementing the Birth Charter’s recommendations
12 Dec 2019

Holding it all together

Understanding how far the human rights of women facing disadvantage are respected during pregnancy, birth and postnatal care.
18 Jun 2019

Making Better Births a reality for women with multiple disadvantages

A joint research report by Birth Companions and Revolving Doors Agency.
18 Jan 2019

Birth Charter for Women in Prison in England and Wales

The Birth Charter is a set of recommendations for the care of pregnant women and new mothers in prison.
26 May 2016

Experiences and Birth Outcomes of Vulnerable Women

Evaluation of Birth Companions' work at the Whittington Hospital
1 Mar 2016

Birth Companions Peterborough Doula Pilot Project

External Evaluation Report
15 Jun 2015
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