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date: 30 September 2020

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Is there enough to say about the law and regulation of technology from the standpoint of international human rights law and practice? And if there is, is anyone interested? These questions are addressed in this chapter. Overall, the aim is to show why, in these technological times, more of us should be interested in international human rights law and practice. To that end, the chapter sketches both what is blocking interest and what could and should be of interest. In so doing, it examines both international human rights law and practice in general, and questions of population, reproduction, and family in particular.

Keywords: human rights, international human rights law, right to science, right to respect for private life, right to know, reproductive rights, reproductive health, ART, Assisted Reproductive Technology, population

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