Texte : Social questions. "Members will entrust the League with the general supervision over the execution of agreements with regard to the traffic in women and children and the traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs" (The Covenant.). /Traffic in Women and Children ; Traffic in Opium and other dangerous drugs ; Obscene Publications ; Protection of Women and Children in Near East ; Child Welfare ; Armenian Refugee Settlement Scheme / Anti-Opium Activities. 1. The Hague Opium Convention 1912. 2. Creation of Advisory Committee exercising continuous supervision over execution of international obligations, and coordinating efforts of government. 3. Research for first time into world's medical requirements. 4. Enquiry in Persia to examine the possibilities of replacing the poppy by other crops. 5. Two International Opium Conferences convoked after 4 years' study by Advisory Committee resulting in Opium Agreement and Opium Convention of 1925. 6. Enquiry into control of opium smoking in Far East. Accepted in principe by ninth Assembly 1928. / Traffic in Women and Children. 1. International Conference convoked by the League, 1921, which resulted in : a) An International Convention, ratified by 26 States and adhered to by 8. b) An Advisory Committee, meeting first in 1922 and regularly once a year. 2. Enquiry in 28 countries by special body of experts into the extent of the traffic, 1924. / Obscene Publications. The International Conference convoked by the League in 1923 adopted a Convention ratified by 24 States and adhered to by 6. Continuous supervision Traffic in Women and Children Committee.
Illustration : graphique représentant le nombre d'États ayant signé la convention de l'Opium ; carte des États adhérant aux Conventions de 1904, 1910 et 1921 contre le trafic des enfants et des femmes ; portrait photographique en noir et blanc de Rachel Crowdy (chef de section).