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Kristina Stern

53 The regulation of assisted conception in England KRISTINA STERN1 School of Law, University of London, King's College, London, UK Introduction In the United Kingdom, assisted conception is regulated by the Human Fer- tilisation and Embryology Act 1990 ("HFEA"). In essence, the legislation is

Blyth

The International Journal of Children’s Rights 6: 237–253, 1998. © 1998 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 237 Donor assisted conception and donor offspring rights to genetic origins information ERIC BLYTH School of Human and Health Science, University of Huddersfield, UK

Eric Blyth and Abigail Farrand

Chil 12.2._ f2-88-104 8/25/04 6:37 AM Page 88 Anonymity in donor-assisted conception and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child ERIC BLYTH AND ABIGAIL FARRAND Professor of Social Work, University of Huddersfield; Research Assistant, University of Hudderfield Secrecy and anonymity in

Eric Blyth

reviews the historical, legal and social context of these provisions for information and discusses continuing issues for debate and possible further regulatory and legislative reform. Donor-conception and access to information Donor insemination (DI) as a medically assisted reproductive procedure

Caroline Jones, Lucy Frith, Eric Blyth and Jennifer Speirs

Abstract In 1984, among its recommendations for the regulation of assisted conception services in the UK, the Warnock Committee proposed that the birth certifi cate of a donor-conceived person should record the fact of donor conception. While this proposal was never implemented, over twenty years later, a

Nicolás M. Perrone

states to consider alternatives. As I suggested above, this has balanced but not transformed the commodity conception of foreign investor rights. The analysis suggests that when the WIR s refer to sustainability, they also refer to the protection of TNC -assisted restructuring from host states and

Alessia Valongo

within which medical structures must work. Freedom to procreate using the techniques regarding assisted conception is not regulated by Law n° 40 as an alternative to conceiving children, but as a way to safeguarding the person’s health and reproductive decisions. In fact, medically assisted procreation

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Edited by Yeping Li and Rongjin Huang

While the importance of knowledge for effective instruction has long been acknowledged, and the concept and structure of mathematics knowledge for teaching are far from being new, the process of such knowledge acquisition and improvement remains underexplored empirically and theoretically. The difficulty can well associate with the fact that different education systems embody different values for what mathematics teachers need to learn and how they can be assisted to develop their knowledge. To improve this situation with needed consideration about a system context and policies, How Chinese Acquire and Improve Mathematics Knowledge for Teaching takes a unique approach to present new research that views knowledge acquisition and improvement as part of teachers’ life-long professional learning process in China. The book includes such chapters that can help readers to make possible connections of teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching in China with educational policies and program structures for mathematics teacher education in that system context.

How Chinese Acquire and Improve Mathematics Knowledge for Teaching brings invaluable inspirations and insights to mathematics educators and teacher educators who wish to help teachers improve their knowledge, and to researchers who study this important topic beyond a static knowledge conception.

Emma Haddad

Union (EU) as a case study, this article takes a policy perspective to examine competing conceptions of both ‘responsi- bility’ and ‘protection’ among EU Member States. Responsibility can be seen either as the duty to move refugees around the EU such that each Member State takes its fair share, or the

Lindsey N. Kingston and Saheli Datta

order to show the potential of expanded conceptions of global responsibility, this article proceeds as follows: First, a discussion of the evolving concepts of responsibility outlines a shift in thinking about sovereignty that creates a multilayered system of responsibility. This section defines key