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The University of Liverpool is proud to have joined the Breastfeeding Mayoral Quality Mark promoting campus as a breastfeeding friendly environment. The University is committed to supporting staff, students, customers and visitors who are breastfeeding their children whilst visiting the campus.
Amy Causley, Head of HR Policy and Employee Engagement, said: “We are proud to be part of the city-wide campaign to promote a welcoming environment for breastfeeding mothers in all our public spaces.
“Although women have the right to breastfeed their baby wherever and whenever they choose to, the Bambi organisation is very aware that some women can feel apprehensive breastfeeding in public. By joining the charter and displaying the logo we hope that women will feel confident and comfortable breastfeeding their child when visiting our campus.”
(Left to right): Sarah Todd, Bambis coordinator, Liverpool City Council, Amy Causley, Head of HR Policy and Employee Engagement and Sally Middleton, Gender Equality Officer.
The Bambis Commitment
By signing up to the Breastfeeding Friendly Charter, the University of Liverpool has agreed to commit to the following:
The following venues have been identified as our main Bambis areas:
Look for the Bambis logo to find out if the area is breastfeeding friendly.
Further information about the charter can be found on the HR website https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/hr/diversityandequality/athenaswan/bambis/
Further information on the location of family friendly facilities can be found on the HR Intranet [Internal link] https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/intranet/hr/diversity-equality/gender/breastfeedingbabyfacilities/
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