International Abolitionist Federation 10

Scope and Content

Consists of:

- report of the meeting of the International Committee on 27 Apr 1963 in Paris

- report from Secretariat for 1963 (1st and 2nd report)

- minutes of the International Committee meeting 27-28 Apr 1963, 8-10 Sep, 10-12 Sep 1963

- report of Nationaal Comite van instellingen voor zedelijke volksgezondheid (National Branch of the International Abolitionist Federation in the Netherlands)

- correspondence concerning press cuttings on licensed brothels in Formosa

- circulars 1963-6, 1963-7

- finances dated 7 Mar 1963

- leaflet for 22nd International Congress Athens 9-12 Sep 1963 on 'Prostitution les agents de la prostitution'

- text proposed by the Headquarters Committee (1963-8)

- convocation 1963-10

- report of the International Committee of the General Assembly at Athens 1963

- carbon copy report from Great Britain to be presented by Myra Steadman

- general impressions on Athens Congress by Myra Stedman (Sep 1963) with attached resolutions

- minutes of General Assembly meeting held in Athens Sep 1963

- report to members on the work carried out by the International Abolitionist Federation during 1963

- regulations from the 22nd International Congress 1963

Papers delivered at Athens conference Sep 1963:

- 'The client of the prostitute' by Dr Paul de Moal

- 'The problems of prostitution and the incidence of syphilis in Italy in relation to the new therapeutics and the new legal provisions' by Professor Franco Flarer

- 'Different forms of women's prostitution etiology - prevention' by Mrs Mary Mavrommati

- 'Social measures and rehabilitation' by H Ruygers

- 'Exploiters of Prostitution' by General Dr Mohamed Niazi Hitata

- 'Public opinion revealed in a discussion about the sexual needs of our foreign workers' by Dr Rose Reimann-Hunziker

- 'Sociological data resulting from the study of 100 cases of prostitutes under age of majority' by Dr Paul Le Moal

- 'Notes on the hall of welcome de Geneve' by Mme Anny Hentsch

- 'Exploiters of prostitution and the French Law' communication by M Henry Tarniquet

- 'Operation of the anti-prostitution law in Japan' author not identified