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Volunteer Friendly award in the North Lanarkshire

Fertility Network Scotland have achieved the Volunteer Friendly award in the North Lanarkshire area. This award recognises groups who ensure volunteers are always involved in covering a range of topics e.g. understanding volunteers, volunteer diversity, equal opportunities and recruitment, volunteer support and celebrating volunteer contributions and impact. Fertility Network Scotland…

Want to be on our Scotland Management Committee?

Fertility Network Scotland are seeking new members for its Scotland Management Committee.  Applications are welcome from any person with an interest or experience in the sector. These are voluntary positions.  Members of the committee are unpaid but reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed.  There are approximately 4 meetings per year,…

Continuing our support in N. Ireland

After 13 years working for the Charity in Northern Ireland, Sharon Davidson has decided to move on in a different career direction. Sharon has really enjoyed working for the Charity and will miss the committed staff, whom she describes as caring, supportive and really focussed on the needs of those…

ACeBabes Christmas family meet up

On Sunday 10 December, 12 Acebabes children from N. Ireland (aged from 2-years to 14-years) and their parents attended a fun activity evening including ten-pin bowling and climbing at Dundonald Sports Complex.  Afterwards they got the opportunity to meet and receive presents from Santa in a specially adapted grotto in…

Coping with Christmas

Join Jody Day, the Founder of Gateway Women, on this free, live video webinar on: ‘Coping with Christmas’ Saturday 2nd December 2017, 6-7pm GMT Limited numbers so make sure you register today. Click here to find out more.  http://gateway-women.com/workshops/coping-with-christmas-a-free-live-online-webinar-with-jody-day-sat-2nd-december-2017-6pm-gmt/

Why companies need a Children in the Workplace Policy

Dealing with maternity and children in the workplace can be difficult. Employers often don't recognise the sensitivities around people who are involuntarily childless. A member of the MTL community had this article published in the HR Magazine recently. Have you had this conversation with your employer? Is it something you…

Male Infertility

This year’s National Fertility Awareness Week saw considerable coverage, with many channels helping to highlight male infertility.  The coverage included new research by Leeds Beckett University showing the impacts on men due to infertility.  Find out more about the research here. (http://fertilitynetworkuk.org/male-infertility-is-emasculating-its-treatment-one-sided-and-insensitive-and-emotional-support-is-lacking-first-qualitative-survey-of-mens-experiences-of-fertility-problems-finds/) Watch Sheridan Voysey who spoke to BBC news…