Maternity Action

Maternity Action

A UK charity established in 2008 which assumed the duties of the Maternity Alliance when it closed in 2005, taking forward its work as well as responding to new and emerging needs amongst pregnant women, new mothers and their families.
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Ros Bragg, director of UK charity Maternity Action, said: "Without adequate maternity pay, women's choices Ireland decently-leave are limited and many cannot afford to take their leave entitlements.
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Ros Bragg, director of UK charity Maternity Action, said: "Without adequate maternity pay, women's choices Ireland decently-paid leaveare limited and many cannot afford to take their leave entitlements.
" Ros Bragg, director of UK charity Maternity Action, said: "Without adequate maternityIreland decently-paid leavepay, women's choices are limited and many cannot afford to take their leave entitlements.
Ros Bragg, director of UK charity Maternity Action, said: "Without adequate maternity pay, women's choices Ireland decently-paid leavey ut ity es are limited and many cannot afford to take their leave entitlements.
Rosalind Bragg, director of UK charity Maternity Action, said it was "a great example of balancing work and breastfeeding".
According to the charity Maternity Action report, around 60,000 women face discrimination yearly and many employers manage to get away with it.
by Rayah Feldman, Maternity Action and the Refugee Council, London, UK, 2013
Rosalind Bragg, director of charity Maternity Action, was appalled and said asking a mum to stop breastfeeding is actually "against the law", although police confirmed it would be a civil rather than a criminal matter.
Rosalind Bragg, Director at campaigning group Maternity Action says the organisation is encountering increasing numbers of pregnant women who are facing poor treatment at work and fear losing their jobs as a result of childbearing.
Maternity Action, another organisation in the UK that promotes the well-being of all pregnant women, said that an estimated 30,000 women are out of jobs each year as a result of "pregnancy discrimination".
Reviewing the Ministry of Health's Maternity Action Plan (MOH, 2008a) also strengthened their resolve to provide quantitative data, specifically principle four of the plan that states, "Maternity services provide safe, high quality services that are nationally consistent and continuously improve" (ibid, p 8).