DW talks to David McAllister, who organizes an annual event in Germany for people who want help in becoming parents. It offers information and functions as a showcase event for specialist clinics.
In Russia, single fathers, whose children were born to surrogate mothers, are worried about being implicated in a human trafficking case that critics say is being instrumentalized for homophobic reasons.
Germany is one of the few European countries where surrogate motherhood and egg donation are completely banned. But there is a growing movement for overturning, or at least softening, a law many consider outdated.
France's lower house approved a bioethics law allowing homosexual couples and single women to use medically assisted reproduction methods. But it still needs the go-ahead from France's upper house.
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