ICM President at the UNGA 2015: ICM and its Members have an integral part to play in the Sustainable Development Goals.
Interview with Frances Day-Stirk on how integral midwives are to the success of the Sustainable Development Goals.
New WHO and PMNCH Knowledge Summary on Operationalizing Human Rights in Efforts to Improve Health now available.
WHO Midwifery and ICM partnership to enhance the reproductive health of women, and their newborns and families
Frances Day-Stirk will be raising the visibility and voices of women and midwives at events at the 70th UNGA this month.
Day one of a two-day ICM Stakeholder Engagement Meeting in The Hague came to a close after a highly successful and inspiring day.
ICM Board members Sue Bree, Rafat Jan and Mary Kirk report on the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference 2015.
New training course from ICM and Southern Hemisphere starting this November.
The New Zealand College of Midwives files a pay parity discrimination case on the basis of gender under the NZ Bill of Rights Act in the High Court.
A report from the ICM 2015 Conference in Yokohoma, Japan by Pashtoon Zyaee
Synne Holan (Midwife, ICM HQ) reports on 10,000 Happy Birthdays project in Zambia and Malawi.
This August Frances Day-Stirk visited the first African ICM Member Association and attended a WHO meeting in New Delhi.
Midwives have challenged the Chilean government – and won the first stage of the legal battle.
Last week, the Ghana Registered Midwives Association (GRMA) celebrated the 80 years anniversary of the Association.
ICM is now seeking a skilled and highly motivated Communications Officer to join its team.
Frances Day-Stirk attends the ICM regional conferences of the Americas and Asia-Pacific.
Four Scholarships will be awarded by ICM and WABA for the BAP Course in Penang, Malaysia this October.
This July Zimbabwe celebrated IDM, rallying Midwives with the theme of “Midwives: for a better tomorrow”
From 27 till 31 July the third French speaking workshop is being held in Lomé, Togo.
The Midwifery Services Framework - A 'how to' guide for governments.
Recent study recognises the important role of Midwifery Associations in workforce planning.