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Name your stillborn baby; join the Each Egg A World project.

Listen to this podcast: the first of a new series by Ashleigh Smith The Glimmer Podcast: Should we all see a psychologist after pregnancy loss? on Apple Podcasts

And this one: Ashleigh Smith interviews Claire Storey, ISA board member The Glimmer Podcast: The International Organization working to reduce baby-loss 

This Father’s Day, Marquise and Morgan Goodwin share their story of the loss of their three babies.

Katy Gold, former ISA board chair, is interviewed in this article from The Atlantic about changing practices around stillbirth bereavement support in Denmark.

Executive Summary of the Lancet’s 2016 Ending Preventable Stillbirths series:

For Parents/Families: Glow in the Woods

For Fathers:

    • From ISA board member Francine de Montigny at the University of Quebec (also available in French and subtitled in Portuguese): The Father Friendly Initiative team has published a video on men’s experience of their child’s death, When the storm hits. Five fathers share their experience of their child’s death and the tools that have helped them. This video is available for men and women to view in the comfort of their home. It also aims to support training for the health and social care milieu, as well as community organizations.

Bereavement-related research:

Country resources for information and support after stillbirth:

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Global impact

We seek out partnerships on every continent to realize our mission of ending preventable deaths and ensuring respectful care

Collaboration

We work with our member organizations to connect people locally across the globe and thereby improve standards of care within their region.

Saving Lives

By unifying the work being done in research, clinical practice and communities, we are helping reduce the unacceptably high loss of lives through stillbirth.

Data Driven

We support rigorous scientific research to ensure effective action for stillbirth and newborn death prevention and bereavement support.