Surrogacy in Belgium
Surrogacy in Belgium is not regulated by law, but is actively practiced. Belgium is one of the countries where surrogacy is not regulated at the legislative level. There are no specific regulations that would prohibit or allow the use of the services of surrogate mothers.
Surrogacy in Europe
In most European countries, surrogacy is prohibited. In some countries, violation of the law in this area entails serious punishment (in Austria, Germany, France, Norway, Sweden, Estonia).
Surrogacy in the Czech Republic
For the first time, surrogacy in the Czech Republic received its legitimization relatively recently, in 2014, after the adoption of the new Civil Code of the Czech Republic.
VittoriaVita at the Kinderwunsch-Tage in Berlin 2020
On March 7, 2020, the Kinderwunsch-Tage event was held in Berlin, thanks to which everyone who dreams about a child or who wants to keep abreast of news about infertility treatment got new experience, knowledge and help.
Surrogacy in Switzerland
Surrogacy in Switzerland is strictly prohibited by law. On January 1, 2001, Switzerland adopted the Law on Assisted Reproductive Technologies, which is one of the toughest in the world.
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From October 5 to 6, Cologne hosted a large-scale exhibition on family planning – Kinderwunsch-Tage, which was attended by world leaders in assisted reproductive technology: Surrogacy centers. Sperm banks. IVF Clinics. The exhibition was held in two huge conference rooms, in which about 60 educational lectures, demonstration stands, wellness programs and seminars with valuable tips […]