"This is an outstanding and extraordinary piece of work that should be required viewing for midwives, doctors and nurses in their education programs….…the whole film is a lesson to us all as Australians working within our undeniably racist health system."
Emeritus Professor Lesley Barclay AO, PhD
The University of Sydney
Distinguished Fellow; Australian College of Midwives, Australia
"This film is powerful, stunning and an inspiration for all Aboriginal women and non-Indigenous midwives."
Professor Rhonda Marriott
AM, PhD Murd., RN, Midwife
Centre Director, Ngangk Yira: Murdoch University Research Centre for Aboriginal Health and Social Equity, Australia
“…A celebration of life and an acknowledgement of a new season, an expression of cultural rights’
Dr. Janine Mohamed,
CEO Lowitja Institute, Australia
"A journey of exploration recognising and sharing thousands of years of cultural knowledge and practice."
President -Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives Australia
"The stark urgency of this human rights issue and the rationale for ‘Birthing on Country’ have never been so clearly illustrated."