A re-appraisal of The Haringey London Borough Council v C (A Child), E and Another

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Hephzibah Egede


SHROUDED GENDER AND REPRODUCTIVE ISSUES IN CHILD WELFARE AND PROTECTION PROCEEDINGSThis commentary examines the case of Haringey London Borough Council v C (a child), E and another (referred subsequently in this article as the Haringey LBC case). The case focused on child protection issues under the Children Act 1989 (the 1989 Act) arising from a UK charity’s claims that it could provide infertile couples with miracle babies through supernatural means.

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