You are here

United Nations Historical Series

This series of publications offers a fresh and enlightening look into the history of the League of Nations involvement in social issues. The objective is to contribute to the literature on the history of international organizations and transnational history while also contributing to current dialogues on contemporary United Nations politics and policies in a way that draws upon lessons learnt from its historical predecessor.

TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN  VOL2

Trafficking in Women (1924-1926)

The Paul Kinsie Reports for the League of Nations - Volume 2

Series:
United Nations Historical Series
31 Jul 2017
This book provides a transcription of the reports written by undercover agent Paul Kinsie for the League of Nations Special Body of Experts on Traffic in Women and Children in the mid-1920s. Between 1924 and 1926, a team travelled to more than a hundred cities in Europe, the Americas and the Medi...
TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN  VOL1

Trafficking in Women (1924-1926)

The Paul Kinsie Reports for the League of Nations - Volume 1

Series:
United Nations Historical Series
31 Jul 2017
This book provides a transcription of the reports written by undercover agent Paul Kinsie for the League of Nations Special Body of Experts on Traffic in Women and Children in the mid-1920s. Between 1924 and 1926, a team travelled to more than a hundred cities in Europe, the Americas and the Medi...
LEAGUE OF NATIONS WORK SOCIAL ISS

The League of Nations' Work on Social Issues

Visions, Endeavours and Experiments

Series:
United Nations Historical Series
9 May 2016