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