Inter-Pares honours the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives for their continuing social justice work!
CAM updates position statement on home birth.
CAM, NACM, Oxfam & Action Canada: Seeking Organizational Support on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
The National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM), the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) have partnered with Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights and Oxfam Canada to drive progress on sexual and reproductive health and rights in Canada. We seek your support!
In celebration of the 2019 International Day of the Midwife, CAM is inviting people around the world to dance in celebration of midwifery. What do #midwivesDeliver? RESPECT.
NACM Co-Chairs Carol Couchie, Nishnawbe kwe, and Claire Dion Fletcher, Potawatomi-Lenape collaborated with Nathalie Pambrun, Métis, CAM President to issue a joint statement between NACM and CAM in response to the January 11 articles and viral video featuring a newborn seized from their mother by Manitoba officials.
In October, over 30 NACM members gathered at Kitigan Zibi to connect, share about their work and communities, learn, and plan for the future of Indigenous midwifery in Canada.
INSIDE: Read about the CAM Conference, the Global Health Symposium and the NACM Gathering; learn about respectful maternity care training in South Sudan.
Nathalie Pambrun becomes first Indigenous midwife to serve as CAM president.
Highlights from CAM’s 17th Annual Conference in Gatineau, Quebec
Dr. Onye Nnorom to deliver Keynote Address on How Racism Impacts Health at CAM conference
CAM is committed to health promotion and harm reduction pertaining to the legalization and regulated use of recreational cannabis products.
Ontario ruling on pay equity will have ramifications across the country.
23% of CAM members participated and results reflect CAM’s Membership.
Member involvement in these initiatives is key to advancing CAM’s strategic objectives.
CAM signs an open letter to Canadian Ministers to end immigration detention in Canada.