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Surrogate motherhood, also known as gestational surrogacy (GS), has been used for more than thirty years now, and in the last ten years it has grown and has become a global practice.This practice is known as Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), in the terms of The World Health Organization.
If exact and worldwide figures cannot be accessed today due to the diversity of national legislations and to the lack of systematic data collection tools, everybody agrees surrogacy has developed and has become a global phenomenon, insofar as nowadays the people who access it usually do it through transnational services and benefits. It is thus important to explain first what this instrument consists of and why we are interested in it, especially what are its ethical, political and juridical concerns.
Articles:
Introduction: What is Surrogacy for (East-European) Feminism?/ Ana-Luana STOICEA-DERAM
La maternité mise sur le marché / Sylviane AGACINSKI
The normative importance of pregnancy challenges surrogacy contracts/ Anca GHEAUS
Devant une pratique silencieuse, un féminisme muet. La maternité de substitution en Europe de l’Est / Ana-Luana STOICEA-DERAM
A reproductive justice lens towards the reasons to be a surrogate mother in Romania / Arina Antonia IACOB & Ștefania Alexandra STOIAN
‘Humanitarian’ thresholds of the Fundamental Feminist Ideologies: Evidence from Surrogacy Arrangements in India/ Sheela SARAVANAN
Surrogacy: from Commodification to Empowerment. A Literary Perspective/ Roxana MARINESCU
Gender representation across political regimes: a comparative analysis of Romanian films / Letiția MANTA
Revue "Analize" - Journal of Gender and Feminist Studies • New Series • Issue No. 6/ 2016
Surrogate motherhood, also known as gestational surrogacy (GS), has been used for more than thirty years now, and in the last ten years it has grown and has become a global practice.This practice is known as Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), in the terms of The World Health Organization.
If exact and worldwide figures cannot be accessed today due to the diversity of national legislations and to the lack of systematic data collection tools, ...

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