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Caractère de la Fédération
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1899), 39 page(s)
This document outlines the origins of the International Abolitionist Federation, created in 1875, and details its stance on the abolition of legally-sanctioned prostitution throughout the globe. In particular, this piece targets “Morals Brigades,” which, in certain countries like France, were charged with the...
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1899), 39 page(s)
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Cinquième congrès international tenu du 10 au 13 septembre 1889, à Genève: Compte rendu officiel des travaux du congrès
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: Secrétariat de la FAI, 1890), 301 page(s)
These proceedings begin with the constitution of the International Abolitionist Federation and then the program of the September 1889 meeting held in Geneva. The first pages of the proceedings note the members on the federation’s executive committee as well as national delegates from various countries and provid...
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: Secrétariat de la FAI, 1890), 301 page(s)
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Definition d'infractions en matiere de proxenetisme
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: Fédération Abolitionniste Internationale, 1959), 141 page(s)
This document, written by the International Abolitionist Federation, outlines common definitions of the pimping and procuring of prostitutes as well as working through the definitions of terms like “pimp,” “prostitute,” and “brothel.” After this general introduction, the document turns to case studies...
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: Fédération Abolitionniste Internationale, 1959), 141 page(s)
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Participants in Prostitution
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1964), 80 page(s)
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1964), 80 page(s)
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La Police des Moeurs en France et la Campagne Abolitionniste
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written by Auguste de Morsier, fl. 1901 (Paris, Ile-de-France: P. V. Stock, 1901), 213 page(s)
Published after the International Abolitionist Federation’s (IAF) conference in Lyon (1901), de Morsier’s text begins by outlining the long history of regulated prostitution in France. This discussion is interspersed with primary sources that help the author trace regulationism as a defining feature of commerc...
written by Auguste de Morsier, fl. 1901 (Paris, Ile-de-France: P. V. Stock, 1901), 213 page(s)
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La Prostitution: Non Pas Punir, Mais Prévenir et Reclasser
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1957), 100 page(s)
This publication offers numerous articles that developed from the International Abolitionist Federation-sponsored Frankfurt Congress in October 1956. The first article is a comparative examination of abolitionism in many countries of the world, ending with a study of twentieth-century events, such as women’s lib...
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1957), 100 page(s)
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Qu'est-ce que la Fédération Abolitionniste Internationale?
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1931), 12 page(s)
This document outlines the history and continued goals of the International Abolitionist Federation, founded in 1875 under the direction of Josephine Butler. The organization’s primary objective was the abolition of state-regulated prostitution and the revision of any law which made prostitution a “public inst...
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1931), 12 page(s)
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La traite des femmes et des enfants et la maison de tolérance
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written by Johannes D. Reelfs, fl. 1933, International Abolitionist Federation (Lausanne, Vaud Canton: Payot & Co., 1933), 93 page(s)
This publication argues that sex trafficking, or the trade in women and children, depends on nations which support the regulated system of brothels since, without the legalized brothels, there would be fewer places where young girls and women might be forced into prostitution. Abolitionism, according to the Intern...
written by Johannes D. Reelfs, fl. 1933, International Abolitionist Federation (Lausanne, Vaud Canton: Payot & Co., 1933), 93 page(s)
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Troisième Congrès International, La Haye, 17-22 Septembre 1883
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (1883), 157 page(s)
This document provides detailed transcription of the major events held during the thirteenth international meeting of the International Abolitionist Federation. The proceedings begin with a lengthy list of participants and then provides an overview of each of the six days of the conference. Discussions were broken...
written by International Abolitionist Federation (1883), 157 page(s)
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Une voix dans le désert
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written by Josephine E. Butler, 1828-1906 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1905, originally published 1875, first release 1875), 48 page(s)
In 1905 the Fédération Abolitionniste Internationale reprinted a manifesto against the legalization of prostitution in France written by Josephine Butler in 1875. Butler makes the analogy between the prostitute and the slave in chains, emphasizing particularly that men have devised a regime of medical inspectio...
written by Josephine E. Butler, 1828-1906 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Abolitionist Federation, 1905, originally published 1875, first release 1875), 48 page(s)
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