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Surrogacy conference cancelled

Sadly because of the coronavirus lockdown OBJECT’s Surrogacy Conference is postponed till the autumn. We will be in touch with ticket-holders via email and will of course refund ticket money.

Surrogacy conference.


The grim underbelly of surrogacy.

22nd March 2020 | London NW1

Kajsa Ekis Ekman Sheila Jeffreys
Anna Zobnina Gary Powell


‘a kind lady helps a family to have children’. A familiar tale. We’ve all seen pictures of joyful smiles, cute kids. Happy Families. But Happy Families is a game, not the real world.

What when something goes wrong? How often does this happen? What about the rights of the child? Or when a child is disabled in some way, or is a twin – common after taking fertility drugs. What are the effects of ‘egg donation’? Most surrogacy is poor women in poor countries helping rich women in rich countries. Should we be concerned? Is it just outsourcing? Another form of sexual exploitation?

How much money is made by the ‘surrogacy agencies’? What do the contracts say? For whose benefit are they written? Who gets legal advice? Usually last but not least, what about the rights of the child? What when the mother dies in childbirth?

Is it true that one of the twins is often ‘destroyed’, or that one person can ‘commission’ a dozen children from surrogates? Are there checks to weed out paedophiles and abusers? 
Find out more at the first ever UK Conference to look at surrogacy from the viewpoint of women and children.’

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