ASSOCIATION OF RADICAL MIDWIVES

Because Midwifery Matters

About the ARM

Who are we, what do we do and what do we want to achieve?

JOIN US

Join us as a member of ARM to give us a higher profile, raise our voice and protect the midwifery profession.

OUR SUPPORT NETWORK

We have a big support network for midwives and student midwives around the country.

ARM Events

Sep 13
13 September - 20 September

ARM Response to Birth Trauma Report

The APPG Birth Trauma report arose out of MP Theo Clarke’s concern that she was not alone in her experience of traumatic childbirth. It is based primarily on women’s voices and is all the richer for it.

21. THE POISONED APPLE

First published in Midwifery Matters 179 By Antonella Gambotto-Burke My baby was born blue and motionless. She didn’t even look real. ‘Is it dead?’ I asked, blurred by...

Exploring the Socio-cultural Aspects of Obstetric Interventions Through a Feminist Lens

First published in Midwifery Matters 179 Childbirth in the UK is defined by societal and cultural beliefs, expectations and customs which influence women’s decisions...

OUR ARCHIVE AND LIBRARY

All our magazines, articles & videos in one place
Midwife Voices
Written by long-time member Lynn R S Genevieve, Midwife Voices, is a living archive of the Association of Radical Midwives (ARM) whose members were asked, ‘what does it mean to you to be radical?’
“Above all the woman must have freedom to be able to move and respond spontaneously to her body and that of her baby in labour.” ― Margaret Jowitt

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