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Society + Prostitution Today Rome 1966
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written by International Abolitionist Federation (Rome, Lazio: International Abolitionist Federation, 1966), 101 page(s)
written by International Abolitionist Federation (Rome, Lazio: International Abolitionist Federation, 1966), 101 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 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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Die positiven Aufgaben und strasrechtlichen Forderungen der Föderation
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written by Anna Pappritz, 1861-1939 and Katharina Scheven, 1861-1922 (Dresden, Saxony: International Abolitionist Federation, 1909), 35 page(s)
Anna Pappritz and Katharina Scheven, members of the German section of the International Abolitionist Federation (Internationale Abolitionistische Föderation), authored this fifth volume of the “Abolitionist Pamphlet” series (Abolitionistische Flugschriften) published in Dresden in 1909. Pappritz and Scheven...
written by Anna Pappritz, 1861-1939 and Katharina Scheven, 1861-1922 (Dresden, Saxony: International Abolitionist Federation, 1909), 35 page(s)
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