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Crimes Against Women: Proceedings of the International Tribunal
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edited by Diana Russell, 1938- and Nicole van de Ven, 1948- (East Palo Alto, CA: Frog in the Well, 1984), 317 page(s)
edited by Diana Russell, 1938- and Nicole van de Ven, 1948- (East Palo Alto, CA: Frog in the Well, 1984), 317 page(s)
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written by Lucie Heuskin, fl. 1963; in Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker. Report of the Twelfth Conference Held in Brussels, July 1st to 4th, 1963 (Brussels, Bruxelles Region: Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker, 1963), 79-80
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La prostitution au Congo (belge)
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written by R. V. Fontainas, fl. 1961; in La Prostitution, Quelques Problèmes Actuels. Congrès de Cambridge, 27-30 Septembre 1960 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: Fédération Abolitionniste Internationale, 1961), 2-20
This publication offers numerous articles that developed from the International Abolitionist Federation-sponsored Cambridge Congress in late-September 1960. By 1960, the Federation reported that twenty countries worldwide still supported legal prostitution. The majority of the text is an examination of laws on or...
written by R. V. Fontainas, fl. 1961; in La Prostitution, Quelques Problèmes Actuels. Congrès de Cambridge, 27-30 Septembre 1960 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: Fédération Abolitionniste Internationale, 1961), 2-20
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BELGIUM
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written by Francine Lyna, 1922-2013; in IVth Congress of the Women's International Democratic Federation: Vienna, 1-5 June 1958 (Vienna State: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1958, originally published 1958, first release 1958), 35-36
written by Francine Lyna, 1922-2013; in IVth Congress of the Women's International Democratic Federation: Vienna, 1-5 June 1958 (Vienna State: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1958, originally published 1958, first release 1958), 35-36
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SECOND MEETING
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written by International Federation of Business and Professional Women; in Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress and Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors (London, England: International Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1953), 20-23
written by International Federation of Business and Professional Women; in Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress and Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors (London, England: International Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1953), 20-23
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Reports of Branches and Societies
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written by Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker; in Open Door International: Report of the Eighth Conference, Held in Copenhagen, August 18th - 19th 1952 (Brussels, Bruxelles Region: Bureau Permanent, 1952, originally published 1952, first release 1952), 53-62
written by Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker; in Open Door International: Report of the Eighth Conference, Held in Copenhagen, August 18th - 19th 1952 (Brussels, Bruxelles Region: Bureau Permanent, 1952, originally published 1952, first release 1952), 53-62
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written by Bergliot Lie, fl. 1953; in Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress and Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors (London, England: International Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1950), 85-86
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BELGIUM: THE CONDITION OF WOMEN
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written by Women's International Democratic Federation; in Second Women's International Congress WIDF 1948 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1949, originally published 1949, first release 1949), 94-100
written by Women's International Democratic Federation; in Second Women's International Congress WIDF 1948 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1949, originally published 1949, first release 1949), 94-100
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written by Suzanne Lippens-Orban, 1887-1971, in International Council of Women Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 2 folder 9, 214pp.) (Northampton, MA); in Report of the First Post War Conference Philadelphia, 5-12 September 1947: Theme: Power and Responsibilities of Freedom (Brussels, Bruxelles Region: Lielens, 1947), 139-143
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