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Cambridge Family Law is undertaking a research project on the experiences of individuals involved in international surrogacy arrangements. We are looking for information from those who became parents through surrogacy; intended parents from surrogacy; surrogates; agencies and NGOs involved in surrogacy arrangements; and legal practitioners who work in this field.

The aim of this study is to provide a more in depth understanding of the issues faced by those undertaking international surrogacy agreements. The information obtained from this survey will help develop a new set of guidelines and advice for those entering into such arrangements, in conjunction with the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the UK Government.

All information will be completely anonymous – at no stage will you be asked for your name or contact details, and answers will not be linked back to specific individuals. For more information on how we will use your data, please see the Participant Information Sheet.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes.

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