Kelly has written a comment piece in this week’s Bionews about the changing landscape of international surrogacy as a result of the war in Ukraine, the announcement that surrogacy is to be prohibited in Georgia, and the recent scandal involving a clinic in Greece. The US remains the most common international surrogacy destination for UK parents, and surrogacy there is typically managed safely and ethically. However, the other remaining international surrogacy options available to UK parents (including Mexico, Cyprus, Colombia and emerging options in Central Asia and Africa) are now almost entirely ones in which surrogacy operates in an absence of law and regulation, raising significant safety and ethical concerns.
Read Kelly’s article in Bionews here: Concerning shifts in the shrinking world of global surrogacy (progress.org.uk)
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