Through a comparative review of eight legal systems, this book examines the legal aspects of parenthood and nationality following inter-country surrogacy arrangements and the influence of European and international human rights law on the determination of parentage, the establishment of nationality and the prevention of statelessness as well as identity rights, continuation of relationship rights and, more broadly, child protection. This research considers whether national laws on parenthood and the establishment of nationality sufficiently protect the interests of surrogate-born children and the parties to a surrogacy arrangement in accordance with identifiable standards under European and international human rights law. Soft law and hard law recommendations are provided to protect the interests of these children.
Academics and practitioners in the field of family law and children's rights.
Michael Wells-Greco (LL.B. (Hons), LL.M. cum laude, solicitor) holds a lectureship position at Maastricht University and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the fields of international family law, human rights and private and public international law. He publishes and lectures regularly in the fields of his research interests. In addition to his academic research, Michael is a partner of an international law firm specialising in cross-border family law and private client matters.
|ISBN Boek||978-94-6236-612-1,1e druk|
|ISBN E-Book||978-94-6274-411-0,1e druk|
|Verschenen||21 oktober 2015|
|Aantal pagina's||594 pagina's|
|Merk||Eleven International Publishing|
|Onderwerp(en)||Comparative Law / Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law and Human Rights, European Law|