In February 2016, new legislation was passed in Victoria that enables all donor-conceived people to obtain identifying information about their sperm, oocyte or embryo donors. This article describes the importance of this legislation, its history and development, how it will operate, and the requirements for information release. This new legislation - known as 'Narelle's Law' - is very progressive and provides a model approach for other countries and jurisdictions.
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|