New Zealand approves paid leave after miscarriage, and encourages the world to followhttps://www.cnn.com/2021/03/25/asia/new-zealand-bereavement-leave-miscarriage-scli-intl/index.html

Ginny Andersen, the Labour MP who introduced the bill, said it would make New Zealand only the second country to provide such a benefit to her knowledge. India allows women six weeks of leave after a miscarriage."I can only hope that while we may be one of the first, we will not be one of the last, and that other countries will also begin to legislate for a compassionate and fair leave system that recognizes the pain and the grief that comes from miscarriage and stillbirth," she said in parliament during the final reading of the bill.--You can read Ginny Anderson tweet here: https://twitter.com/ginnyandersen/status/1374570186041270276Posted by CM @iynna
I was granted a few days of "bereavement leave" after my second miscarriage (I was a classroom teacher in the US at the time) and while it wasn't much, I deeply appreciated that. Not something I asked for, but something the department head arranged on my behalf.