International Abolitionist Federation 12 : Rome Congress 6-10 May

Scope and Content

Consists of:

- circular 1966-3 (French and English) 'Discriminatory treatment of prostitution'

- 'Abolitionists in Rome May 1966' pages from 'The Catholic Citizen' Jun 1966

- leaflets '23rd International Congress Rome, May 6-10 1966 Society and prostitution today' and programme (Italian) - papers relating to amendments to the International Abolitionist Constitution and final draft finally passed in Rome in 1966

- draft resolutions for the 23rd Congress 25 Mar 1966

- report to members of the International Abolitionist Federation for the year 1966

- minutes of the Assemblies held in Rome on 8 to 10 May 1966

- draft law for the suppression of traffic in persons based on the Common Law system (3 versions)

- report of the papers delivered at the Rome congress

- report of the General Assembly meeting

- minutes of the International Committee of the International Abolitionist Federation

- paper 'Observations on prostitution and society' by Prof Franco Ferrarotti

- paper 'Public authorities in confrontation with prostitution' by M Francois Gaillardon

- paper 'The family in face of prostitution' by Mme Rene Bollen

- paper 'Prostitution and venereal diseases' by Dr RD Catterall

- paper 'Facts and principles of social reinsertion' by Pia Colini-Lombardi

- paper 'Prostitution problems peculiar to countries in process of development' by Phoebe Asiyo

- communication by Monsignor Giovanni Cattaui de Manasce (no title, French)

- paper 'The shameful maladies of the city' by Jean Scelles

- communication on venereal diseases by Nationaal Comite van instelligen voor zedelijke Volksgezondheid (National Branch of the International Abolitionist Federation in the Netherlands)

- paper 'Some difficulties in the rehabilitation in normal life through marriage' by Mme Rita Gaillard

- typescript 'Pimps and prostitutes. A criminal Dyad' by Shlomo Shoham, Rachel Keren and Gabriel Shavit

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