Czech Women's Lobby put pressure on the Ministry of Health, by establishing a working group whose aim was to work on the reform of the Czech obstetrics. This involved representatives of recipients of care and midwives, representatives of health insurance companies and the Ministry of Health. At the meeting the deputy of CWL presented a number of documents, however, unfortunately, after the unexpected departure of all doctors the fate of the working group is currently unclear. CWL therefore plans to evaluate further and potential strategy to focus more on the judicial route. We have set up a special transparent account in which we collect money to pay court costs for women who are willing to sue the Czech state and claim their rights in this way. The two lawsuits are currently pending before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and we expect results in the spring of 2013. March 27, we organised a seminar about the situation in the Czech obstetrics in the Chamber of Deputies, which featured doctors, deputy recipients of care, midwives, lawyer League of Human Rights and other related experts.