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Who we work with

Who we work with

The Alliance partnership scheme develops relations with like-minded organisations who share similar values and goals. The partnership enables the Royal College of Midwives to promote our work and commitment to maternity professionals.


RCM Alliance Partners

Partners in the Alliance programme work hard to advance the interests of midwives and the midwifery profession. Shared ethics and ideas combine in dedicated support of midwives and all those touched by their care and the Alliance strives to enhance the wellbeing of women, babies and their families.

Alliance objectives

The objectives of the Alliance programme are to:

  • Raise the profile of midwives and the RCM, both internally and externally
  • Deliver direct benefits, promote and advance the interest of every midwife and the midwifery profession throughout the UK
  • Consolidate and extend the range of the RCM activities
  • Support the influence of the RCM with the public and decision-makers
  • Build long-term selective Alliance partnerships to maximise commercial opportunities
  • Protect and further the care provided by midwives for all mothers, newborns and their families.


Information about recent Alliance activities and resources, and how these benefit midwives, can be found in the article Hand in Hand

Current partners of the RCM Alliance programme include:

Click here to find out how we work with Johnson's baby

Click here to find out how we work with Pregnacare


Click here to find out how we work with Slimming World


Click here to find out how we work with Lansinoh

Click here to find out how we work with Emma's Diary


Click here to find out how we work with Kellogg's All-Bran


Interested in becoming an Alliance partner? Contact Dawn Albery or call 07813 643 252.


Working Groups

We work with and support midwives from all over the world, through international forums and committees and by fostering links with individual midwives and associations.

RCM membership is represented in the following global and European organisations:

NGOs and coalition partners include:

UK groups include:


The RCM provides accreditation of activities relevant to midwifery practice that midwives have undertaken as part of their professional development/lifelong learning in order to meet their Prep (NMC, 2008) requirements and/or enhances care provided by student midwives and maternity support workers.

Find information on how to gain accreditation for your course, event, conference here>