Our speech at the United Nations in Geneva

On the 6th of March, we were invited by the European Centre for Law and Justice, to come and speak at their event at the United Nations in Genève. Other speakers were the British donor conceived Dr. Joanna Rose and professor Clotilde Brunette-Pons. Our presentations have been recorded and will soon be made available online. In […]

Songs from/to donor conceived

A couple of weeks ago I reached out to donor conceived from all over the world asking if there is a song or songs that reflect their own feelings about being donor conceived (positive or negative). We got a lot of response. We want to share these songs and the reasons why they mean so […]

Donor conception: Yes we can, but maybe we shouldn’t

On the 3rd November we attended in London the conference “10 years since the end of donor anonymity: have we got it right?”. In 2005 the government of the United Kingdom decided to implement a change in the law so that humans who are conceived with the genetic material of a third person, get access […]

Donor conception: Yes we can, but maybe we shouldn’t

Op dinsdag 3 november trokken we richting London om er de conferentie/debat “10 years since the end of donor anonymity: have we got it right?” bij te wonen. Groot-Brittannië besliste in 2005 een wetswijziging door te voeren dat kinderen die verwekt worden met het genetisch materiaal van derden, toegangsrecht krijgen tot fundamentele informatie van zichzelf: nl. […]