A Law of Blood-ties - The 'Right' to Access Genetic Ancestry
This text collates and examines the jurisprudence that currently exists in respect of blood-tied genetic connection, arguing that the right to identity often rests upon the ability to identify biological ancestors, which in turn requires an absence of adult-centric veto norms. It looks firstly to th...
Springer International Publishing
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- Ancestry Feared and Revered
- The Blood-tie: 'Properly Locked Drawers' and a 'Doomed Quality'
- Conceptualizing the "Right" to Avoid Origin Deprivation: International Law and Domestic Implementation
- Strasbourg Jurisprudence: 'Remembered Relatedness'
- Never Knowing 'One's Past': Genetic Ancestry Vetoes as Discrimination?
- 'Related' Matters in an Open Records Region: Relinquishment, Contact and Best Interests
- Blood-tie Preservation as Paramount: Best Interests of Child Outweighed?
- Guiding Principles, Hard Cases
- Conclusion: Preventing Origin Deprivation