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Surrogate mothers not protected by EU law
In two cases before the ECJ, CD v ST and another case, the ECJ has held that there was no breach of EU law to deny to mothers who had children by a surrogate, maternity or adoption leave and pay. …
In two cases before the ECJ, CD v ST and another case, the ECJ has held that there was no breach of EU law to deny to mothers who had children by a surrogate, maternity or adoption leave and pay. They had not been pregnant so they were not entitled to maternity leave, and since a man who had organised a surrogacy would be treated the same, there was no sex discrimination.
The Court also held that a woman who was unable to have children because she had no uterus was not discriminated against on the grounds of disability in not being provided with leave and pay.
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