The International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) is a membership organization uniting bereaved parents and other family members, health professionals and researchers to drive global change for the prevention of stillbirth and neonatal death and bereavement support for all those affected.
Join us in connecting people around the world to prevent stillbirth & newborn death and support affected families
Our main goal is saving lives
Our purpose is to help reduce the unacceptably high loss of lives from stillbirth and newborn death, and lessen the devastating impact these losses have on families and communities.
ISA is glad to announce that the UN IGME report on stillbirth 2022 “Never Forgotten: The situation of stillbirth around...Read More
ISA Sheffield 2023
The ISA 2023 conference will mark the 20th anniversary of the ISA’s founding and will be hosted by the University...Read More
Understanding and Preventing Stillbirth: A Global Task
The Journal of Perinatal Medicine commissioned a Special Issue on Stillbirth, guest edited by Professors Jason Gardosi and Alex Heazell. The issue appeared...Read More
ISA statement on Roe vs Wade
The International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) joins the call with the other organisations and groups to defend access to safe and...Read More
We are an alliance of
member organisations and
The ISA, established in 2003, is an alliance of over 50 member organisations and individual supporters on every continent.
We create meaningful
We connect families, researchers and clinicians through conferences, working groups, workshops, shared stories…
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ISA exists to change pregnancy outcomes for families. We want to hear from you.
We bring parents, clinicians and researchers together
For over 15 years, we have hosted the only global conference that is focused on stillbirth prevention and bereavement support.
We create meaningful connections for our members around the world.
We seek out partnerships on every continent to realize our mission of ending preventable deaths and ensuring respectful care
We work with our member organizations to connect people locally across the globe and thereby improve standards of care within their region.
By unifying the work being done in research, clinical practice and communities, we are helping reduce the unacceptably high loss of lives through stillbirth.
We support rigorous scientific research to ensure effective action for stillbirth and newborn death prevention and bereavement support.