Saturday, January 27, 2007

Conference on The Implications of Reproductive Technologies on Parenthood

Stockxpertcom_id89693_size1_496e57712502 An international conference on The Implications of Reproductive Technologies on Parenthood at the Beginning of the 21st Century will be held on June 11- 13, 2007, in Netanya, Israel.  The conference is being by the Center for Law and Medicine at the Netanya Academic College School of Law.  Here is the conference description:

Originally developed as treatment for infertility reproductive technologies are now offered as commercial services for clients who are not necessarily infertile and for purposes other than reproduction. Expanding the use of these technologies has changed society’s perception of parenthood and family life, and more generally re-examined the notion of procreative liberty and its social effects. The conference will address the legal and ethical issues surrounding these changes and examine their implications on the broader concerns occupying anyone who is interested in the ethics of reproductive technology.    

The deadline for abstracts is January 31.  For more information, visit the conference website.

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