http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/91/6/12-109363/en/ – This study analyses the number and nature of breastfeeding breaks that mothers are guaranteed so that women can breastfeed for the minimum 6 months recommended by WHO for breastfeeding. We then conduct the first analysis of how labour policies affect breastfeeding rates around the world. Understanding the relationships between national policy and breastfeeding rates is critically important because of the substantial health benefits of breastfeeding to infant and mother, in addition to the facts that the majority of pregnant women are now employed and that a sizable proportion of women prefer to breastfeed.
http://www.who.int/features/factfiles/breastfeeding/en/index.html – WHO articles on breastfeeding
http://www.who.int/elena/titles/continued_breastfeeding/en/index.html – WHO articles on continued breastfeeding