March 27, 2015

Thai Surrogacy: Ambassador Defends Decision to Grant Citizenship to Babies Born by Surrogate

(Australian Broadcasting Company) – Australia’s ambassador to Thailand has defended his embassy’s decision to continue granting citizenship and passports to babies born via surrogacy. Thailand passed legislation earlier this year to ban commercial surrogacy, although it still needs royal approval. … Read More

March 25, 2015

Top Judge Warns Australians Are Middlemen in Commercial Surrogacy Markets

( – ONE of the country’s top judges has sounded alarm that Australians are playing “highly questionable” roles as middlemen in Asian commercial surrogacy markets. The warnings came as authorities confirmed Australian parents who travel overseas to commission underprivileged women … Read More

March 25, 2015

Christian Doctors’ Group Says New College Policy Infringes on Freedom of Conscience

(The Toronto Star) – With physician-assisted suicide on the horizon, the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada is asking the Ontario Superior Court to declare that a new regulatory policy infringes upon doctors’ freedom of conscience. The society, which … Read More

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