LLLI Conference Sessions

Thursday, August 25, 2022

LLLI Conference Sessions We recently celebrated our 65th anniversary with our online conference – Celebrating Connections. We will be making many of the sessions available as webinars. This video was made for the opening of the conference. It showcases just some of the work our wonderful Leaders and entities do. Watch it here  – We … Read More

Teal background. Photo of Hiroko Hongo standing in front of a banner at the entrance to the meeting.

11th Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) Network Meeting

Thursday, August 25, 2022

LLLI Advocacy, Networking and Action Committee We are delighted that on the 15 – 17 June 2022 Hiroko Hongo was able to attend the meeting on behalf of LLLI. The meeting was held in Brussels, Belgium. Hiroko is a member of the LLLI Advocacy, Networking and Action Committee and a Leader with LLL Japan. She … Read More

Green background, photo is an external setting, a smiling mother nursing her baby. LLLI logo. Text reads 'Our international Facebook group provides support to parents in nurturing their babies through nursing or expressing milk https://www.facebook.com/groups/LLLI.Breastfeeding.Support/'

Global, online breastfeeding support

Thursday, August 25, 2022

LLLI Social Media and Website Committee We are proud to announce that the English language LLLI Breastfeeding Support Group on Facebook recently reached 60,000 participants! We are so grateful to the amazing team of LLL Leaders who moderate the group. Mothers and parents from around the world ask questions and share experiences, and Leaders offer … Read More

Close up of nursing dyad relaxing on a sofa. Mother wears a black vest top and striped shirt, she looks at her baby. Baby has its hand on her breast and looks at the camera.

Keeping you up to date

Thursday, August 25, 2022

Edie Boxman and Judie Gibel, GPLN Coordinators La Leche League (LLL) was formed in 1956. LLL has long been on the front line of providing support for breastfeeding mothers and parents. Up-to-date, culturally appropriate resources are essential in providing that support. The needs of babies have not changed over the years, but society and the … Read More