Media Relations Policy

Media Relations Policy

NISIG welcomes engagement from the media to highlight the important work we do, as part of articles and news pieces. However, while we appreciate that personal interest stories highlight the very real and human side of infertility, we must respect the privacy of our members. 

If appropriate, we may refer media enquiries for personal stories to our membership. However, we cannot forward personal details without explicit consent. Furthermore, we cannot guarantee that such requests will generate a response from our membership.

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YOUR SURROGACY JOURNEY IN IRELAND

On Saturday, 8th February 2020 Helen Browne from NISIG attended one of Ireland’s largest Surrogacy Information Events to date. More than 200 people attended the event in Athlone, which comprised of couples who are interested in Irish surrogacy, couples and surrogates...

“Re(al) Productive Justice” project by NUI Galway

NUI Galway are currently working on a project, "Re(al) Productive Justice" seeking to make visible the experiences of disabled people around fertility, contraception, abortion, pregnancy and childbirth, and parenting. They are exploring the laws and policies around...

NISIG receives funding from HSF

NISIG is one of a number of Cork charities to benefit from a fund of €140,000 donated by the Hospital Saturday Fund (HSF). Thirty Irish charities benefitted from the money distributed by the organisation at a special reception hosted at University College Cork on...

INTERNATIONAL SURROGACY

Countries and Clinics- What you need to be aware of: Different countries and different clinics offer surrogacy programs to Irish couples, we set out hereunder some cautionary advice regarding details and information that an Irish couple need to be fully aware of...