• Participate in dialogue around the health and human rights of incarcerated pregnant people and their families.

  • Learn about the results of the PIPS study and discuss how this data can be used by stakeholders to optimize outcomes and elevate discourse on the reproductive and human rights of pregnant incarcerated people. 

  • Hear the voices and stories of people who were pregnant while incarcerated.

  • Reflect on the successes, challenges, and opportunities for growth and change of breastfeeding support and doula programs functioning in prisons and jails across the country.

  • Generate Ten Policy Recommendations for the Care of Incarcerated Pregnant Patients that promotes the dignity, well-being, and rights of incarcerated pregnant people through evidence based measures.

  • Develop strategies for future collaborations.


Date: Sunday, December 10, 2017

Time: 11-5pm

Cost: FREE but limited, lunch included

For more information visit us at www.pipsdata.org/the-convening

2017 Association for Justice-Involved Females and Organizations