A Jersey charity is calling for parents to have legal rights to paid bereavement leave.
It follows a new legal right in the UK, that from April 2020, parents who lose a child under the age of 18 will be entitled to two weeks off work under Jack's Law.
Lucy Herd's son Jack died at 23-months-old and she says she had to make something positive in something so tragic.
Philip's Footprints is a charity in Jersey that helps support islanders who have lost a child.
In Jersey and Guernsey there is currently no legal protection and therefore it is at the discretion of each employer how much time off to give.