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zondag 1 mei 2011

English version of petition






IMPORTANT: THIS BLOG IS NOT THE PETITION, JUST THE EXPLANATION OF "HOW IT WORKS". 





So, after reading this whole post, go to: http://autonomezwangeren.petities.nl/  and use the following instructions at the end of this page. Pay especially attention to the fact that, when you've signed the petition, you receive a return mail from them to 'activate' your signature!



Text of petition:


The right of autonomous choice for birthing women in the Netherlands
The Dutch government is reducing the right of expecting women to choose the place of birth. 
Therefore, the entitlement of home birth is under threat. 
On the questionable advice of certain medical specialists, Mrs Edith Schippers, the Dutch minister of health has begun a process that reduces the ability of expecting women to make personal choices. 
By claiming that hospitalised birth is ‘safer’ for all women, dubious medical opinion is generating dissatisfaction amongst some women and fear in others.
The autocratic decisions being made by politicians are minimising the freedom and responsibility of individuals to make self-assessments of risk and the choice of home birth.
This petition is intended for the minister of health.

Petition 
  • We demand the legal right to self-determination and responsibility for our own bodies and those of our unborn children.
  • We do not accept governmental decisions regarding the place of birth based on controversial, medical opinions that can be effectively challenged by scientific evidence.
  • We demand that governmental policies and health service organisation be based on  the needs and desires of expecting and birthing women, not the convenience of hospital based professionals.
I,
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Sign the petition "Right to autonomous choice for expecting women.".
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After reading all this....
Go to 'autonomezwangeren.petities.nl',
sign the petition as explained here and then:
go to your email-'inbox',
open the mail you received from: webmaster@petities.nl
and click on the blue link that says: 
"U kunt uw ondertekening bevestigen door op deze link te klikken"


After that, your signature becomes legitimate on the petition!


Many thanks!!

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