Monthly Archives: November 2015
One of a “Planned” Generation
Yeyang Su shares her story, personal observations and reflections on being one of the planned “one-child” generation.
Reflections from one of China’s planned generation
Yeyang Su speaks about the personal and relational aspects that are silent in China’s family-planning policy deliberations.
Moving Beyond Funding: Ontario’s New IVF Policy
Vanessa Gruben argues that Ontario’s new IVF policy should take further steps to ensure the safety and well-being of women and children.
Testing Canada’s New Pharmaceutical Transparency Law
Matthew Herder and Trudo Lemmens explore the ways that Canada’s transparency legislation may limit researchers’ abilities to scrutinize drug safety and effectiveness.
Building families equitably in Ontario
Carolyn McLeod argues that the Ontario government should not contribute to the view that adoption is second best as a way of building families.