Eighteen feminist scholars and activists met on Friday, April 26, 2013 in Toronto to discuss the governance of assisted human reproduction (AHR) in Canada. Alana Cattapan, Margrit Eichler & Lorna Weir (the authors of this article) co-organized and participated in the interdisciplinary workshop which provided a forum for discussions about the state of Canadian public policy on assisted reproduction and an opportunity to consider strategies for change. The intent was not to produce consensus, but to engage in a frank and free discussion of issues that were identified as important by all. The following article describes the issues addressed and the recommendations for change.
The Governance gap in assisted human reproduction
Feminist scholars and activists discuss the governance of assisted human reproduction (AHR) in Canada