New Kids on the Block—Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Germany and Iran

Podcast December 13, 2023
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In the Max Planck Lawcast, Nadjma Yassari, head of the Research Group 'Changes in God’s Law', explains how societal beliefs and assumptions on the role of mothers and fathers have led legislatures in Germany and Iran to accept or reject egg donation to overcome infertility.

The Max Planck Lawcast showcases the academic research being conducted across the various Institutes within the Max Planck Law network. Dr Christopher Murphy, the Lawcast host, sits down with researchers to explore the breakthroughs in their legal research. The Max Planck Lawcast is published fortnightly and is available on all major podcasting platforms, including Spotify and Apple.

Max Planck Law is a network of ten Max Planck Institutes engaging in legal research. Our purpose is to deepen the cooperation between the participating Institutes, raise their international visibility and strengthen the cross-institute support of our early career researchers.

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