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by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2021-01-27 at 23:30:14


Maternal Rights for Irish mums via Surrogacy (click to view)

Still there is no efficient means to recognise Irish mothers via surrogacy as the legal parent of their child. While there are work-around solutions, a new advocacy group Irish Families Through Surrogacy is lobbying to amend the legislation. Mum via Ukraine Ciara Dowling provides an update.

Ciara Dowling, Irish Families Through Surrogacy

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