‘You can earn $500 a month to be a surrogate in Ukraine’ One of Europe’s poores…

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‘You can earn $500 a month to be a surrogate in Ukraine’

One of Europe’s poorest nations is fast becoming the place to go for people desperate to find a surrogate to have their baby. The money on offer is drawing in many young women. http://bbc.in/2ErAAbK




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  1. BBC editor resigns over ‘secretive’ pay culture
    One of the BBC’s most senior journalists has resigned from her post, accusing the British broadcaster of having a “secretive and illegal” pay structure.
    “With great regret, I have left my post as China Editor to speak out publicly on a crisis of trust at the BBC,” Carrie Gracie wrote in an open letter.
    Gracie, who has been the BBC’s China editor since 2013, claimed the corporation is not “living up to its stated values of trust, honesty and accountability.”
    The journalist accused the BBC of “breaking equality law” in its dealings with employees, and adopting a “bunker mentality” which is failing to close the significant pay gap.
    “The BBC belongs to you, the license fee payer. I believe you have a right to know that it is breaking equality law and resisting pressure for a fair and transparent pay structure.”
    Gracie, who has worked for the BBC for more than three decades, said the broadcaster faced an “exodus of female talent” because of a culture that discriminates against women.
    The BBC ordered a review into its pay structure after it was revealed that only a third of its experienced journalists earning more than £150,000 were women, while the top seven earners were all men.

  2. This should definitely be legal in EU as well. Thats the only way surrogates can be protected and have a significant compensation. People who want to will do this anyway so much better to have certain regulations to protect both parties.

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