What are Children's ‘Best Interests’ in International Surrogacy? A Social Work Perspective from the UK

Crawshaw, M., Fronek, P., Blyth, E., & Alvin, A. (2017). What are children’s ‘best interests’ in international surrogacy? A social work perspective from the UK. In M. Davies (Ed.), Babies for sale: Transnational surrogacy, human rights and the politics of reproduction (pp. 163 - 184). UK: Zed Books.

Posted: 6 May 2017

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Marilyn Crawshaw

University of York - Department of Social Policy and Social Work

Patricia Fronek

Griffith University - School of Human Services and Social Work

Eric Blyth

University of Huddersfield

Date Written: 2017

Abstract

More than twenty-five years after the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child came into force in 1980, social workers are identifying new threats to the rights and interests of children.

Keywords: Surrogacy

Suggested Citation

Crawshaw, Marilyn and Fronek, Patricia and Blyth, Eric, What are Children's ‘Best Interests’ in International Surrogacy? A Social Work Perspective from the UK (2017). Crawshaw, M., Fronek, P., Blyth, E., & Alvin, A. (2017). What are children’s ‘best interests’ in international surrogacy? A social work perspective from the UK. In M. Davies (Ed.), Babies for sale: Transnational surrogacy, human rights and the politics of reproduction (pp. 163 - 184). UK: Zed Books., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2963412

Marilyn Crawshaw

University of York - Department of Social Policy and Social Work ( email )

York YO10 5DD
United Kingdom

Patricia Fronek (Contact Author)

Griffith University - School of Human Services and Social Work ( email )

Parklands Drive
Soutport
Gold Coast, QLD 4222
Australia
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HOME PAGE: http://www.griffith.edu.au/health/school-human-services-social-work/staff/dr-patricia-fronek

Eric Blyth

University of Huddersfield

Queensgate
Huddersfield HD1 3DH, West Yorkshire HD1 3DH
United Kingdom

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