First, there are dangers to the surrogate mother’s health. Pregnancy is a natural process, but it undeniably carries health risks. Surrogates in Nepal often come from poor rural areas of India, and “they have few protections if the agency refuses to pay them or if they get sick or injured” (Abrams). In cases of miscarriage, too, they are left without support (Abrams).pathos The health of the newborn baby is another concern. Sushma Swaraj, India 's foreign minister considers this a legal and ethical problem.
These three points were how DSS handled the case, denial and blame, and family secrets. The issue with how DSS handled the case of the Stands Over Bull children seemed rushed and somewhat negligent. The way the documentary presented it, she did not exert much attention to finding someone to take these children within their own community. Instead, she crossed several state lines to find a couple to adopt these children, in which this family already had six children. It is great that she found a way to keep these siblings together, but in circumstances where a culture is so different from outside cultures, it seems best to look inside their own culture first.
Besides the fact that we are all humans, women should also think that the fact of carrying the fetus for nine months is probably a small cost for a whole life with risks, neither with psychological problems nor medical complications. By banning abortion, women are also being prohibited to take “shortcuts” to get rid of the baby and are demonstrating maturity by choosing other options as adoption if they don’t want to raise the child. Moreover, and probably the most important argument, is that you will never know how successful and incredible your future human could be if you never give them the chance and right to
However, the FDA recommends against their home use, citing possible harm to a developing fetus. Although, doctors claim that till now there are lack of evidence that the ultrasound technology may cause risks for the health of either the mother or the fetus, they recommend a prudent use of it. (12) Furthermore, this device, comparing to the last cited ones, is more expensive and less reliable. Some specific devices can be used after eight weeks of pregnancy.
The Australian flag is an archaic symbol that reflects the colonial relationship, which no longer subsists. Our present flag represents us in the modern world, is an impossible place to adopt for three main reasons. Foreigners find it difficult to identify the dreadful Australian flag, it does not represent all Australian citizens and, lastly, the Union Jack on the top corner suggests Australia is a British colony. Is Australia 's flag easily recognisable in the modern world? Countries use flags so people can instantly recognise the country it represents.
Pro-choice advocates suggest it is irresponsible for women to give birth to a child that she is unable to take care of (Shaw 2016, para. 1). Moreover, pro-abortion groups, argue that fetuses are not capable of surviving outside the mother’s womb before the 22nd week of pregnancy, thus, should not be considered a ‘person’ (Foer 1997, para. 4). The main positive impacts of abortion on the society can be seen in the decline in crime rates and how it eases the problem of overpopulation. On the contrary, pro-life advocates are against abortion. Pro-life groups claim that life begins at conception and abortion would be murdering the fetus (Alcorn n.d).
This sort of marriage, the young lady has no rights to choose who they will use whatever remains of their existence with, and they need to take after their guardian’s choice. Thus, free will marriage should be encouraged by parents and society compared with arranged marriage because it builds strong relationship, great mutual understanding and combined decision making. Moreover, as indicated by UNICEF, Human Rights Council, ABC News the facts of worldwide separation rate for arranged marriage is 6% which is lower than the rate of through and through freedom marriage separation rate far and wide. This is because in those societies, for an example in Muslim nations where individuals have arranged marriage, it is seen as despicable to have a separation.
Should Australia change the date of Australia Day? Some of you may be wondering why this is such a controversial issue and some of you might already know. If you don’t know why I’ll tell you. The date that we celebrate Australia Day is not the date we became our own country, you may be thinking “so what?” well I’ll tell you, the day we are celebrating is the day Great Britain invaded Australia and the start of when they tortured and killed thousands of the Australian indigenous people, there are multiple dates available that were important to Australia or represent Australia and this date has no monument recognizing the day
If we force women to carry the child, it would cause physical and possibly emotional pain. We should allow women to choose what they can do with their bodies. When women can choose when to have their children, their children grow up in a more optimal environment meaning less crime rates and possibly less child abuse rates. Abortion does not only benefit the women, letting her have another option besides caring the child. It benefits the child from possible child abuse as well as society from less criminals and having to spend less money on future welfare
and sometimes girls themselves believe that marriage will be a solution to secure their future. c) Giving a daughter in marriage allows parents to reduce family expenses by ensuring they have one less person to feed, clothe and educate. d) There are also cases in Nigeria, where the parents sell their daughter to be married. 2. Another factor is lack of education in Nigeria especially education for women.
Adapting the requirements to meet payment standards, such as the childcare benefits, childcare rebates and family tax benefits, low-income families in particular will be left behind. Removing these welfare payments will take away the financial support some families rely upon to survive, even though some don’t have access to safe and effective vaccination procedures. Some Australians, often socially excluded, are not accessible to the safe and simple vaccination process due to economic, social and geographical impediments. The adapted regime states ‘Families will still be able to receive an exemption for approved medical reasons’ (Department of Social Services, 2015) but nothing is said of these socially excluded residents without to access to effective vaccination
With this ignorance comes a large recall on our ‘lucky country’ label, as the description is now more likely to be used in an ironic sense. Questioning whether or not our nation is really a lucky country for the majority of Australian citizens. The recent legalization of same-sex marriage within America caused what should have been a ripple effect. However, this ripple was blown out of the water before it reached our island. The bill for equal rights, introduced by labour leader Bill Shorten, was immediately disregarded by our government.
Planned Parenthood is used for so much more than just abortions. People are unaware of the good that Planned Parenthood does in the United States. Planned Parenthood is around for the sake of people who are suffering from poverty. They allow people to come up with a plan to help with payments or if a person is eligible they can fill out an application to get the organization’s services for free without a co-payment. This form of payment is funded through Medicaid and is called Family Planning Benefit Program (“Who Are We”).
Recently a controversy was being raised about changing the date of Australian Day, as it is considered the day when aboriginal lost their land and freedom. The issue is being discussed by the Yarra Council Mayor Cr Amanda Stone, who took the initiative to not only commemorate the British invasion of Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islanders land. Her main point in that article is to basically identify the Australian Day as a date which symbolizes loss of culture, language and the identity of ingenious people. This makes sense to us that the people affected by this issue are mainly Australian citizens (Aboriginals). Following this response, another article was published called, ‘Changing the date of Australian Day won’t change our past’ by Joe
‘The Tampa Decision: Examining the Australian Government’s prerogative power to detain and expel unlawful non-citizens in 2001’ The executive power of the Commonwealth has largely been neglected, both by the High Court and by commentators, receiving scant attention in comparison with the Commonwealth 's legislative and judicial powers. However, it was just fourteen years ago, in 2001, when a Norwegian cargo vessel MV Tampa being denied entry into Australia after rescuing 438 asylum seekers sparked one of the most controversial yet illuminating civil cases in Australian legal history. The result was a civil suit (Ruddock vs Vadarlis 2001) in which the Federal Government successfully appealed the initial ruling to the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia, where it was found that the government does indeed possess a prerogative power to prevent the entry of non-citizens into