Story: Infertility and childlessness
Page 5 – External links and sources
More links and websites
An independent advisory committee that formulates advice and guidelines to regulate assisted human reproduction.
This website provides useful information and advice for people considering donorship, IVF and surrogacy.
The committee considers applications for assisted reproductive procedures or human reproductive research.
The website of the largest fertility services provider in New Zealand.
The website of a charitable trust that supports, advocates for and provides information to people who are affected by infertility.
Natural Fertility New Zealand Incorporated is an organisation that teaches natural fertility management (conception and contraception).
An online support group for people involved in surrogacy.
The Wellington chapter of the social group for adults without children.
More suggestions and sources
Boddington, Bill and Robert Didham. ‘Increases in childlessness in New Zealand.’ Journal of Population Research 26, 2009: 131–151.
Cameron, Jan. Why have children?: A New Zealand case study. Christchurch: University of Canterbury Press, 1990.
Coney, Sandra and Anne Else. Protecting our future: the case for greater regulation of assisted reproductive technology: a discussion document. Auckland: Women’s Health Action Trust, 1999.
Daniels, Ken. Building a family with the assistance of donor insemination. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 2004.
Glover, Marewa and Benedicta Rousseau. ‘“Your child is your whakapapa”: Māori considerations of assisted human reproduction and relatedness.’ Sites: a Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies 4, no. 20 (2007): 117–136.
Shaw, Rhonda. ‘Rethinking reproductive gifts as body projects.’ Sociology 42, no. 1 (2008): 117–136.