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Surrogacy Laws in Canada: Exploring Intended Parents’ Experiences and Perspectives

Surrogacy Laws in Canada: Exploring Intended Parents’ Experiences and Perspectives

Stefanie Carsley

This project will explore how Canadian surrogacy laws are affecting the decisions, behaviour, and experiences of intended parents. Dr. Stefanie Carsley will conduct qualitative interviews with intended parents to better understand their experiences building their families with the help of a surrogate in Canada and their perspectives on Canadian surrogacy laws.

Surrogates' Voices

Surrogates' Voices

Vanessa Gruben

Surrogates’ Voices is a project led by researchers across Canada. The project is working to generate a picture of surrogacy practices and women's experiences as surrogates in Canada.

Resources

Recent Publications

Les juges français et la gestation pour autrui
Michelle Giroux. Perspectives internationales sur le gestation pour autrui : Expériences des personnes concernées et contextes d’action. 2018.

Les conventions de procréation ou de gestation pour autrui au Québec : entre solution jurisprudentielle et réforme du droit
Michelle Giroux. La gestation pour autrui : Approches juridiques internationales. 2018.

Reconceiving Quebec’s Laws on Surrogate Motherhood
Stefanie Carsley. Canadian Bar Review. 2018. (OPEN ACCESS)

Let Thy Conscience Be Thy Guide (but not My Guide): Physicians and the Duty to Refer
Daphne Gilbert. McGill Journal of Law and Health. 2017. (OPEN ACCESS)

Donor Anonymity in Canada: Assessing the Obstacles to Openness and Considering a Way Forward
Vanessa Gruben & Angela Cameron. Alta L Rev. 2017. (OPEN ACCESS)

Books/Collections

Surrogacy in Canada: Critical perspectives in Law and Policy
Vanessa Gruben, Alana Cattapan, Angela Cameron. 2018.

Recent Media

New reproductive technology regulations don’t go far enough
Alana Cattapan, Vanessa Gruben, Angela Cameron. Policy Options. Apr 2019.

Who has control over frozen embryos after divorce?
Stefanie Carsley. Globe and Mail. 2018.

When women are surrogate mothers: Is that work?
Alana Cattapan, Vanessa Gruben, Angela Cameron. The Conversation. July 2017.

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Recherche

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Reproduction

Technologies de reproduction
Droits reproductifs
La maternité de substitution

Projets

Surrogacy Laws in Canada: Exploring Intended Parents’ Experiences and Perspectives

Surrogacy Laws in Canada: Exploring Intended Parents’ Experiences and Perspectives

Stefanie Carsley

This project will explore how Canadian surrogacy laws are affecting the decisions, behaviour, and experiences of intended parents. Dr. Stefanie Carsley will conduct qualitative interviews with intended parents to better understand their experiences building their families with the help of a surrogate in Canada and their perspectives on Canadian surrogacy laws.

Surrogates' Voices

Voix des mères porteuses

Vanessa Gruben

Voix des mères porteuses est un projet mené par des chercheuses à travers le Canada. Le projet vise à dresser un portrait des pratiques de gestation pour autrui et des expériences des femmes en tant que mères porteuses au Canada.

Ressources

Publications récentes

Les juges français et la gestation pour autrui
Michelle Giroux. Perspectives internationales sur le gestation pour autrui : Expériences des personnes concernées et contextes d’action. 2018.

Les conventions de procréation ou de gestation pour autrui au Québec : entre solution jurisprudentielle et réforme du droit
Michelle Giroux. La gestation pour autrui : Approches juridiques internationales. 2018.

Reconceiving Quebec’s Laws on Surrogate Motherhood
Stefanie Carsley. Canadian Bar Review. 2018. (OPEN ACCESS)

Let Thy Conscience Be Thy Guide (but not My Guide): Physicians and the Duty to Refer
Daphne Gilbert. McGill Journal of Law and Health. 2017. (OPEN ACCESS)

Donor Anonymity in Canada: Assessing the Obstacles to Openness and Considering a Way Forward
Vanessa Gruben & Angela Cameron. Alta L Rev. 2017. (OPEN ACCESS)

Ouvrages/Collections

Surrogacy in Canada: Critical perspectives in Law and Policy
Vanessa Gruben, Alana Cattapan, Angela Cameron. 2018.

Médias récents

New reproductive technology regulations don’t go far enough
Alana Cattapan, Vanessa Gruben, Angela Cameron. Policy Options. Apr 2019.

Who has control over frozen embryos after divorce?
Stefanie Carsley. Globe and Mail. 2018.

When women are surrogate mothers: Is that work?
Alana Cattapan, Vanessa Gruben, Angela Cameron. The Conversation. July 2017.

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