Surrogacy Act

The YWCA of India joined with India Alliance for Child Rights to discuss the Surrogacy Act. While children born through surrogates are guaranteed the right to dignity, protection from sale or trafficking, registration of his or her birth and to know his or her parents, that is not always the case. Circumstances change in the case of commissioned parents [not wanting the child/divorce/death of a spouse], or the child could have a disability or is from a multiple birth. These children are stateless, adopted or in orphanages and in some cases not traceable. A Commissioned child as well, has no records maintained and there is no follow up on their wellbeing.

We at YWCA of India, advocate stringent laws and processes to be made and followed to safeguard children’s rights and the surrogate mother.

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