Venire senza provenire: il diritto di accesso dell’adottato alle proprie origini nelle strettoie dell’anonimato materno

Autori

  • Stefano Agosta

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-779

Parole chiave:

Anonymous birth, right to know one's origins, right to respect for private life

Abstract

This article analyses the judicial path, crossed by lights and shadows, and its ability to make it feasible to more easily learn information about one’s own parental history in anonymous birth. A comparison is made between the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) case law and the Italian Constitutional Court case law, showing differences in the methods but strong similarities in the substantive solutions. Conclusively, in the Italian legal system, the mother’s decision to confirm her original choice for anonymity has an undisputed prevalence when it tries to balance with the child’s constitutional right to have his or her own personal experience recognised.

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Pubblicato

2021-05-12

Come citare

1.
Agosta S. Venire senza provenire: il diritto di accesso dell’adottato alle proprie origini nelle strettoie dell’anonimato materno. BioLaw [Internet]. 12 maggio 2021 [citato 19 giugno 2024];(1S):155-70. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/1654

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Sezione

Troubling historical roots and contemporary challenges