The law needs an overhaul, but the solutions will probably not include commercial surrogacy.
The international market for surrogacy is proving to be very resilient in the face of legal and social disruption
The Indian government has introduced strict new laws that will prohibit foreigners from commissioning Indian women to bear their children.
Others may have died as well.
A gay couple are fighting for the right to take their newborn out of Thailand.
Women and children are not commodities.
The devastating earthquake in Nepal last April unearthed the ongoing exploitation of young Indian migrants by surrogacy agents in Kathmandu.
A British lawyer has slammed Britain’s “inhumane surrogacy laws
Nepal has become a surrogacy hub.
A recent Vice documentary explores the well-trodden path to shady surrogacy practices in India.
This week’s story from Britain wins the New Frontiers Award in Assisted Reproductive Technology hands down.
Thailand has passed a law to outlaw the use of Thai surrogates by foreign couples.
Two New Zealand academics have proposed that surrogacy become a profession like nursing or teaching which is fully integrated into the health system.
"When we announced we're actually having three babies of our own our families were stunned but overjoyed"
Can American surrogate mothers ‘sell’ citizenship to parents from foreign countries?
Swedish feminists have issued a policy paper condemning commercial surrogacy and calling for a government ban.
With India and Thailand, the destination of choice for people seeking surrogate mothers, closing their doors to foreigners, where has the market gone?
An Israeli bioethicist is organising a conference on the rapidly growing market in surrogate mothers and babies.
Aussies are not the only “heartless bastards” in the world of surrogacy.
In the wake of the recent Thai surrogacy scandals, commentators are debating how the practice of surrogacy should be reformed.
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