Legalizing altruistic surrogacy in response to evasive travel? An Icelandic proposal☆

@article{Kristinsson2016LegalizingAS,
  title={Legalizing altruistic surrogacy in response to evasive travel? An Icelandic proposal☆},
  author={Sigurdur Kristinsson},
  journal={Reproductive Biomedicine \& Society Online},
  year={2016},
  volume={3},
  pages={109 - 119}
}
  • Sigurdur Kristinsson
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online
Surrogate motherhood has been prohibited by Icelandic law since 1996, but in recent years, Icelandic couples have sought transnational surrogacy in India and the United States despite uncertainties about legal parental status as they return to Iceland with infants born to surrogate mothers. This reflects global trends of increased reproductive tourism, which forces restrictive regimes not only to make decisions concerning the citizenship and parentage of children born to surrogate mothers… Expand

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