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Sétálok, tehát vagyok!

"New Day – New Hopes"
2019.10.05.

Van két gyerekem, részt vettem két terhességben és két szülésen, és nagyon szerencsések vagyunk, mert mindkét élmény majdnem olyan volt, mint amilyennek szerettük volna, mint amilyennek elképzeltük, de egyrészt csak majdnem, másrészt ez tényleg leginkább a szerencse műve volt. Mivel elég sokat foglalkozom a szülőséggel, ezért elég sok olyan terhesség- és szüléstörténetet ismerek, ami nem volt ennyire szerencsés, sőt, kifejezetten traumatikus volt. Nagyon fontosnak gondolom, hogy ezekről a traumákról nyíltan, őszintén és megítéléstől mentesen lehessen beszélni, márpedig az EMMA épp ilyen Műhelyeket csinál már eddig is, és szeretne még több ilyet csinálni a jövőben. Mert igény van rá. Budapesten is, vidéken is. Hát ezért gyűjtök, segítsetek ti is!
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See you at EMMA! Support the EMMA Workshop!

We have been working in the EMMA Association since 2010 to ensure that during childbirth and birth everyone will

be treated in a humane way in order to have the best possible childbearing time and be unharmed. The opacity of the current obstetric care system, customary care arrangements for both mothers and professionals lead to uncertainty and difficulties.

We created the EMMA Workshop for women who had difficult or traumatic experiences during their childbirth, in order to help them to heal. Our workshops provide women a protected, non-judgmental space where with the help of an expert facilitator they can share their experiences and feelings with each other. During the time of motherhood we have to meet countless expectations and challenges and at this time it is vital not to be left alone with our doubts.

The purpose of our association with this community fundraising is that the workshops which are only accessible in Budapest at the moment, would be available in other cities too, like Debrecen, Székesfehérvár and Veszprém, so mothers can meet in these towns as well and experience the community retaining power of women. This will allow more women to receive that attention, safe space and the expert care they need during the postpartum period. With the support of our ambassadors, we can achieve our common goals. With your donation you can also be an active part of this change. Support the EMMA Workshop, See you at EMMA!

 

List of donors

2019-09-02 anonym 5 001HUF
2019-09-04 anonym 3 000HUF
2019-09-04 Rekaraketa 5 000HUF Hajrà!
2019-09-05 vera 2 000HUF hajrá!
2019-09-05 PixelApu 3 000HUF
2019-09-05 Kati 3 500HUF
2019-09-05 jagyi 10 000HUF
2019-09-07 Kabó 1 500HUF
2019-09-08 Dorka Anna 4 000HUF
2019-09-09 L.J. 2 000HUF jó ügy fontos ügy, köszi, hogy melléállsz.
2019-09-09 Juccus 2 000HUF
2019-09-22 Kata 5 000HUF
2019-09-24 Padányi Pepe 4 000HUF
2019-09-27 Anna 2 000HUF Én is átéltem. Másnak ne kelljen! Sok sikert!
2019-09-27 Sipos Andrea 5 000HUF
2019-09-28 mozsetta 5 000HUF
2019-09-28 szilvi 16 000HUF
2019-10-04 anonym amount not public

Related event - "New Day – New Hopes"

2019-10-05

“New Day – New Hopes” is a new community fundraising event the central element of which is a walk starting late at night and finishing at sunrise. The main participants of the morning walk are fundraising Ambassadors who, through their participation in the event, collect funds for a Good Cause of their choosing in their own circle of friends.

The concept and the spirit of the event are built around two thoughts: the dawn after the night, the sunrise, which symbolizes hope and optimism in the future and the common walk that reflects the cooperation between individuals and organizations. All of this without any political overtones, the event is solely focused on the activities of NGOs and on fundraising.

The morning walk will take place on 5. Octobre 2019 (Saturday), its planned route will be from the Széll Kálmán square to the top of the Gellért Hill (about 3.5 km). The planned departure time is 5:00, the sun rises at 6:47, and the program ends with a common breakfast after sunrise.

" There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope."
(Bernard Williams)​