BIRTH HELPERS CONFERENCE
RBC Convention Centre
This event is open to First Nations/Indigenous communities wanting to learn about birth helpers and for Birth Helpers who work with communities.
The conference will provide a safe space for Indigenous birth helpers (doulas) to share and learn from one another. The conference is hosted by the Supporting the Trajectory of our Spirits Research project.
The goal of this research project is to ensure children have access to culture, land, waters and language from birth through the support of an Indigenous trained birth helper.
To register, please visit https://shorturl.at/apDJQ
Registration will be open until Wednesday, September 20th at 4:30 pm or until we have reached capacity.
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