Surrogacy Motherhood

18.08.2020
In which countries is surrogacy available for single parents?
More and more single men and women choose surrogacy in order to become parents and raise their own child. We are talking not only about LGBT people, but also about heterosexual men and women who have decided to raise a child without a spouse.
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18.08.2020
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.
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18.08.2020
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).
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07.08.2020
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.
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31.01.2020
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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10.08.2018
Does surrogacy forbidden in Ukraine?
During last two months, there was a lot of controversies around programs of surrogate motherhood in Ukraine. The reason for such an upsurge was the illegal activities of the BioTexCom  clinic that were conducted 7 years ago.
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30.05.2018
Surrogacy in Singapore
Due to legislation, surrogate motherhood is currently illegal in Singapore. The MOH has released a directive that prohibits surrogacy services, and any AR centre found to be doing so can have its license suspended or revoked.
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17.10.2016
Interesting facts about surrogate motherhood
Do you know that the first child in the world born by the surrogate mother, was born in 1980 in the United States. In Ukraine this happened much later, in 1991.
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19.09.2016
Surrogacy was legalized in Portugal
In 2016, surrogacy was legalized in Portugal. Discussions on the adoption of this law lasted more than 3 years. The first version of the law was adopted May 13, 2016, but the president vetoed it.
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11.07.2016
Ethical Issues of Surrogacy
Infertility is the inability of a married couple to get pregnant and give birth throughout the year, with an active sex life, without using contraceptives. Now this problem is widespread and relevant. According to WHO statistics, more than 20% of couples cannot conceive or give birth to children. And the number of such couples is growing every year.
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