ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES
Welcome to the website of (In)Fercit, a three yearlong research program funded by the European Social Fund and the General Secretariat of Research and Technology Greece.
The research project focuses on the detailed, multi-sided ethnographic account of assisted reproduction concepts, practices, politics and technologies in Greece, relate them to legal issues and human rights on (in)fertility and reproduction, and provide a comparative perspective that will associate the Greek project with similar research conducted in selected European and non-European countries – Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon.
Duration: 26/9/2012 – 25/9/2015
Principal Investigator: Venetia Kantsa
Unit: Lab of Family and Kinship Studies, Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegea Research
Fields: Assisted reproduction, fertility, kinship, family, law, religion, technolog
Research Code: 576
Funding: 395.000 euros