By Marta Rodriguez Martinez and Rachael Kennedy | Euronews | Feb. 20, 2019 The Spanish government is blocking the return of babies born to surrogates in Ukraine, the second time the government has challenged births through international surrogacy. Compensated surrogacy is illegal in Spain. Ukraine has become a “hotspot” for intended parents whose home country … Continue reading Spain to reject registration of babies born to surrogate mothers in Ukraine
Spanish Couples Undergoing Surrogacy Processes Left in Legal Limbo in Ukraine By Silvia Blanco | El País | Aug. 31, 2018 As Ukraine transforms into a desirable hub for international commercial surrogacy, concerns are emerging. This article – like others found here – touches on irregularities and poor quality of care at fertility clinics, and … Continue reading Article: Spanish Couples Undergoing Surrogacy Processes Left in Legal Limbo in Ukraine
In Search of Surrogates, Foreign Couples Descend on Ukraine By Kevin Ponniah | BBC News | Feb. 13, 2018 Foreign couples have been coming to this corner of Europe in droves since 2015, when surrogacy hotspots in Asia began closing their industries one-by-one, amid reports of exploitation. Barred from India, Nepal and Thailand, they turned … Continue reading Article: In Search of Surrogates, Foreign Couples Descend on Ukraine
Many people consider parenthood through surrogacy because of infertility or other health issues or because they face biological, social, or legal barriers to conception. They may specifically investigate international arrangements for financial reasons, due to legal constraints in their home country, or because of discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. Unfortunately, accurate information … Continue reading Welcome to Surrogacy360
Baby Guaranteed By BBC World Service – Boston Calling | July 16, 2018 In a follow up on Ukraine, journalists travel to the country to meet with gestational mothers and fertility clinic representatives on the growing demand for surrogacy. A review of the program by Melanie Krause is also available on BioNews.