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|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
 
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|Introduction=
 
|Introduction=
|Key laws and policies=Baihran does not appear to have national laws or policies specific to assisted reproductive technology practices or surrogacy.
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|Key laws and policies=Bahrain does not appear to have national laws or policies specific to assisted reproductive technology practices or surrogacy.
  
However, there are Draft Guidelines for the Establishment and Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Units and Centres. The guidelines are in accord with existing Fatwas.
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However, there are Draft Guidelines for the Establishment and Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Units and Centres. The guidelines are in accord with existing fatwas.
  
 
A committee from the Ministry of Health is in charge of period inspections and evaluation of data of clinics.
 
A committee from the Ministry of Health is in charge of period inspections and evaluation of data of clinics.
 
|Foundational values=
 
|Foundational values=
|Prohibited practices=The Guidelines prohibit  
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|Prohibited practices=The Guidelines prohibit:
Surrogate motherhood
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*Surrogate motherhood
Embryo donation
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*Embryo donation
Gamete donation
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*Gamete donation
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=The Guidelines permit embryo sex selection for medical purposes.
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=The Guidelines permit embryo sex selection for medical purposes.
 
|Regulatory activities=
 
|Regulatory activities=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|History=
 
|History=
|External links=References:
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|External links='''References:'''
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Cairo Office, ‘Ethics and the Law in Biomedicine and Genetics: An Overview of National Regulations in the Arab States’, 2011.
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United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Cairo Office, "Ethics and the Law in Biomedicine and Genetics: An Overview of National Regulations in the Arab States," 2011.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:39, 7 July 2015

Bahrain
Bahrain-flag.jpg
Information
Region Asia
Population 1046814
GDP (millions USD) 19,660
National Policies
Eggs for assisted reproduction PROHIBITED
Eggs for research ?
Inheritable genetic modification ?
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis social uses prohibited
Reproductive cloning ?
Research cloning ?
Sex selection regulated
Surrogacy PROHIBITED
International Agreements
2005 UN Cloning Vote YES
2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention not ratified


Contents

Key laws and policies

Bahrain does not appear to have national laws or policies specific to assisted reproductive technology practices or surrogacy.

However, there are Draft Guidelines for the Establishment and Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Units and Centres. The guidelines are in accord with existing fatwas.

A committee from the Ministry of Health is in charge of period inspections and evaluation of data of clinics.

Prohibited practices

The Guidelines prohibit:

  • Surrogate motherhood
  • Embryo donation
  • Gamete donation

Permitted and regulated practices

The Guidelines permit embryo sex selection for medical purposes.


External links

References:

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Cairo Office, "Ethics and the Law in Biomedicine and Genetics: An Overview of National Regulations in the Arab States," 2011.