Executive Committee - resolutions 1

Scope and Content

Correspondence mainly date from 1920 to 1923

Adoption of, or consideration of, resolutions brought by other organisations concerning:

- venereal disease in the case of a 'mentally defective person', and free treatment of those suffering from venereal disease

- abolition of regulated prostitution

- women police

- child prostitution in Hong Kong

- nationality of married women

- Criminal Law Amendment Act

- solicitation

- birth control and birth control clinics (publications: pamphlet 'The Mothers' Clinic for birth control. Founded by Humphrey Verdon Roe and Marie Stopes. Opened in 17 Mar 1921', London : The Mothers' Clinic, 1921)

Other pieces concern:

- Two resolutions made at the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene's Annual General Meeting 1957 on administration and resolutions brought by Mrs Lefroy

- Correspondence (1988) concerning a resolution passed at the Annual General Meeting 1987 against the exploitation of prostitutes in Third World Countries