Book Chapter

Recent jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in the area of cross-border surrogacy: is there still a need for global regulation of surrogacy?

Citation

Beaumont P & Trimmings K (2016) Recent jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in the area of cross-border surrogacy: is there still a need for global regulation of surrogacy?. In: Biagioni G & Ippolito F (eds.) Migrant Children: Challenges for Public and Private International Law. First ed. Naples: Editoriale Scientifica, pp. 109-136. www.editorialescientifica.com.

Abstract
Analysis of the Case law of the European Court of Human Rights on cross-border surrogacy cases and making the case for the continued need for a global treaty at the Hague Conference on Private International Law to regulate international surrogacy to protect surrogates and the unborn child.

Keywords
Surrogacy, human rights, regulation, international convention, European Court of Human Rights, Hague Conference on Private International Law

StatusPublished
FundersUniversity of Aberdeen
Publication date30/06/2016
PublisherEditoriale Scientifica
Publisher URLwww.editorialescientifica.com
Place of publicationNaples
ISBN9788863428452