Reproductive technology and surrogacy often is a cross-border practice that raises several ethical issues concerning the rights not only of adult participants but also of the children involved.
Do the children have a right to know about their genetic parents and do they have a right to be recognized by the countries of their contractual parents? What are the rights of surrogate mothers?
These and related questions will be discussed at an upcoming conference,
organized by The Nordic Committee on Bioethics.
Participation is free of charge. Young researchers (mainly PhD students) are invited to submit an abstract no later than May 20.
More information about abstracts, programme and registration can be found on the website of the Nordic Committee on Bioethics.
If you want to participate, register no later than August 15.