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Title Insight : Sperm Donation.

Published Australia : SBS ONE [broadcaster], 2013 October 22 at 20:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2013.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (51 min. 50 sec.) ; 312275033 bytes
Summary Whose rights prevail? Those of the donor or the donor conceived child? Sperm donation in Australia has evolved radically in recent years. One of the biggest changes is that you can't donate anonymously anymore. That's making a huge difference to those born since those changes took effect - they're able to find out the identity of their donor once they turn 18. But there's a large group of adults born from anonymous donations who are still looking for answers about their origins. And they may never be able to find out. A Victorian Law Reform Committee recommended reforms that would reveal the identity of anonymous donors. But the government seems unlikely to go that far. So whose rights should prevail? Those of the donor or the donor conceived child? And how much of your identity comes from knowing your genetic links?.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Brockie, Jenny, host.
Corderoy, Amy, contributor.
Hunter, Ross, contributor.
Reyk, Paul Van, contributor.
Rosenberg, Alexis, contributor.
Tonna, Ray, contributor.
Subject Human reproduction -- Law and legislation.
Human reproduction -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Men -- Identity.
Victorian Law Reform Commission.
Biological children of foster parents.
Sperm donors.
News and Current Affairs.