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04 Sep 2018

Home Birth Aotearoa National Hui 2018

He ora te whakapiri, Whiria to tangata There is strength in unity, weave the people together Kia ora koutou katoa, the Wellington Home Birth Association invites you to join us at the 2018 Home Birth  Aotearoa National Hui “Unity is Strength”, as we come together on this occasion we would like you to bring with […]

27 Mar 2018

Our Prizewinners – Professional division

One of the key elements to a strong homebirth message,is a resource of powerful, compelling birth images. The professional entries in our photography competition do great justice to the medium. Some of these photos go straight to the heart of why we do what we do. These birth photographers showcase their skill and talent so […]

26 Mar 2018

Our Prizewinners – Home Birth Aotearoa Photography Competition 2017/2018

Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa, and welcome to the announcement of our 2017/2018 prizewinners for the Home Birth Aotearoa Photography competition. So many beautiful photos were submitted, it was a true challenge to choose the winning pictures. What a rich and wonderful selection. These photos will become an essential resource for the mahi we […]

16 Dec 2017

Home Birth Aotearoa Photography Competition 2017/2018 – Terms & Conditions

Home Birth Aotearoa Photo specifications: Minimum file size 1MB Maximum file size 5MB Photos must be submitted as JPEG files Artworks may be submitted as JPEG or vector image files We advise to leave the format of your image in rectangle shape; images may be cropped to 8in x 10in (20cm x 25cm). Square images are […]

16 Dec 2017

Home Birth Aotearoa Photography Competition 2017/2018

One of our struggles, as a voluntary organisation working in a charitable space, is securing high quality, home birth specific photos with an Aotearoa flavour. To address this we are holding the Home Birth Photography Competition 2017/2018 Enter the Home Birth Aotearoa Photography & Art Competition Whenever we explore stock imagery options, there are a […]

06 Dec 2017

10 actions to support homebirth – 1. Have a Student Midwife at your Birth

One of the key goals of the Home Birth Aotearoa Trust, is to promote and support homebirth. Even for women and whanau who choose not to birth in the home space, choice of birth place is the cornerstone of true choice and therefore of human rights in birth. Without choice, there cannot be consent. In […]

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03 Oct 2017

Kei a Wai

TE AHURU MOWAI ~ NURTURING THE NUMINOUS Home Birth Aotearoa’s Hui Ceremony…… The name Te Ahuru Mowai was gifted by Nga Maia to the Homebirth conference organised by the Whangarei Homebirth Group, held at Te Puna O Te Matauranga, Whangarei on Sept 28th 29th 2007. As Whaea Mina TimuTimu and Crete Cherrington shared, Te Ahuru […]

27 Sep 2017

Midwifery Masterclass: Physiological Birth Wisdom

6.30pm Saturday 7th October 2017 To close the Home Birth Aotearoa 2017 Conference, midwives, students and birth workers are invited to share questions in a safe and confidential sharing circle with experienced HomeBirth midwives. Do you have questions you never have never found real life solutions for? Have you ever had a question that you felt […]

20 Sep 2017

Home Birth Aotearoa Conference 2017: Speakers

Our Conference is coming up, set for the weekend of 7 – 8 October. Hosted by Auckland HomeBirth Community, the Conference is being held at the Jetpark Hotel & Conference Centre in Auckland. There is an inspiring line up of speakers for this years Conference, read a little about the presentations and the presenters below. […]

25 Jul 2017

Home Birth Conference 2017

Auckland HomeBirth Community proudly presents the 2017 Home Birth Conference and Hui to be held in Auckland at the outstanding and comfortable Jetpark Hotel & Conference Centre. Be inspired at this year’s National Home Birth Conference (Saturday) and Hui (Sunday) with like-minded, kindred spirits and dynamic guest speakers. Come enjoy, learn, be bathed in oxytocin, […]

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