Black Maternal Health APPG

First Registered: 25/08/2021 • Last updated on: 15/06/2022

As highlighted in the Dispatches documentary 'The Black Maternity Scandal', Black women are four times more likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth. The APPG aims to raise awareness of the issue of racial disparities within maternal healthcare and offer solutions to end this.

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8 Current APPG Officers
Kirsten Oswald Portrait
Kirsten Oswald
Vice Chair
Scottish National Party - East Renfrewshire
Joined: 25th August 2021
Peter Bottomley Portrait
Peter Bottomley
Officer
Conservative - Worthing West
Joined: 25th August 2021
72 APPG Memberships
Adult Education , Afrikan Reparations , Ageing and Older People , Austria , BBC , British Overseas Territories , Carbon Monoxide , Citizens' Rights , Commonwealth , Community Development in Europe , Croatia , Cycling and Walking , Dalits , Dark Skies , Democracy and Human Rights in the Gulf , Dentistry and Oral Health , Disability , Domestic Violence and Abuse , Equitable Life Policyholders , Ethnic Minority Business Owners , Fatherhood , Flags and Heraldry , Frozen British Pensions , Gasworks Redevelopment , Global Security and Non-Proliferation , Gypsies, Travellers and Roma , Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood , Haiti , Hospice and End of Life Care , Immigration Detention , Internet, Communications and Technology , Ireland and the Irish in Britain , Kosovo , Leasehold and Commonhold Reform , Limits to Growth , London's Planning and Built Environment , Longevity , Manufacturing , Maternity , Media , Metaverse and Web 3.0 , Music , No Recourse to Public Funds , Olympic and Paralympic Games , Opera , Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development , Park Homes , Performing Arts Education and Training , Photography , Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022 , Race and Community , Religion in the Media , Religious Education , Republic of Korea , Scientific , Scotch Whisky , Sexual and Reproductive Health in the UK , Social Enterprise , Social Integration , South Africa , St George's Day , Tibet , Transport Safety , United Nations , United Nations Women , Vascular and Venous Disease , Western Sahara , Wine and Spirits , Wine of Great Britain , Women in Transport , Youth Affairs , Zimbabwe
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 6695.

Email: bell.ribeiroaddy.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Five X More Black Maternal Health Campaign

Email: fivexmore@gmail.com

No benefits in kind are on record for the Black Maternal Health APPG

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Black Maternal Health APPG