A British Council-funded research project on cross-border surrogacy in Sri Lanka completed

On 31st December 2021, Dr Katarina Trimmings and Ms Ziyana Nazeemudeen (PhD student affiliated with the Centre for Private International Law), in collaboration with research partners from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka (‘the research team’), successfully completed a British Council-funded collaborative research project titled ‘Reproductive Health Care and Policy Concerns: Regulation of Surrogacy Arrangements in Sri Lanka and Lessons Learned from the United Kingdom’. The project aimed to assist Sri Lankan authorities in regulating surrogacy arrangements by providing them with opportunities to learn lessons from the UK and other East and South-East Asian countries. Ultimately, the project sought to prevent Sri Lanka from becoming a destination for cross-border commercial surrogacy in South Asia. One of the project outputs was an animated video titled ‘Prohibiting Commercial Cross-Border Surrogacy in Asia: Focus on Sri Lanka’. For more information about the project, please visit the project webpages.

 

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