Svetlana Demianova-Ponomarenko (Khartsyzsk, Ukraine/DPR), organiser of International Social Project on Natural Childbirth “Miracle in Heart” and this Conference, shares her own experience and asks the relevant question to Moreen Majiwa (Nairobi, Кenya), Advocacy Advisor, Africa Program in Center for Reproductive Rights.
From this video you’ll find out:
- realities of Kenya don’t differ from the realities of Ukraine
- why don’t women take legal action for justice renewal and indemnity
- which collisions in the system of law do imped taking such legal actions
- tribunals on adjudgements in hospitals are the peculiarities of system of law of Kenya
- why do suers withdraw their lawsuits
- what troubles do imped women to protect their rights
- the necessity to provide women with their legal representatives
Translator: Valeia Dubrovskaya (Russia)
This video is a SNIPPET of the First Online Conference for Lawyers in Human Rights in Pregnancy and Birth (Unification of experience of Russia, Ukraine and Kenya).
The Conference is organized by the Social Project on Natural Childbirth and Blessed Conception ‘Miracle in the Heart’.
You might be interested in the snippets with Moreen:
Patient's Rights Code in Kenya. What is it and How it is spread out? [Experience of Kenya]
How to promote rights of pregnant women among the masses? [Experience of Kenya]