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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?

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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: Ippolito F & Biagioni G (eds.) Migrant Children: Challenges for Public and Private International Law. Naples: Editoriale Scientifica, pp. 109-136. https://www.editorialescientifica.com/shop/catalogo/libri-in-lingua-straniera/migrant-children-challenges-for-public-and-private-international-law-detail.html

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 date31/12/2016
Publication date online30/06/2016
PublisherEditoriale Scientifica
Publisher URLhttps://www.editorialescientifica.com/…-law-detail.html
Place of publicationNaples
ISBN9788863428452

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Professor Paul Beaumont
Professor Paul Beaumont

Professor of Private International Law, Law