New legislation on surrogacy in Ireland is anticipated to be drafted, debated, and enacted by July of this year. These articles explain key elements of the proposed law as well as perspectives from parents who are hopeful they will have more legal rights.
Parents worried new Irish law will continue to ban international surrogacy ‘by stealth’ by Ellen Coyne, The Irish Independent
Surrogacy in Ireland: Will new legislation solve the legal issues for children and families? by Sonya Bruen, Lexology
‘Kate is my daughter — but the State still does not recognise me as her mammy’ by Suzanne Grennan, Irish Examiner
‘Solid ground for optimism’ in surrogacy recognition – High Court by Vivienne, Traynor, RTE