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C1440/336/Rr.406/3/10 · File · 1924-1925
Part of League of Nations Refugees Mixed Archival Group (Nansen Fonds)

This file contains correspondence informing the ILO of the destitution of invalid Russian Refugees in Bulgaria principally owing to the suppression of subsidies of the Red Cross and requesting support on their behalf. The opening letter is signed Edmond Boissier, ICRC Vice-president. The ILO Director, Mr. Albert Thomas, offers unofficial support as the ILO's official responsibility is to place refugees.

HURC-WCHR-PRC-* UN 183255 · Document · 1993.06.24
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governements to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
Cornelio Sommaruga, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), addresses correspondents during a press briefing.

The League of Nations 1927
LON-G3201.F5 1927 .M37 Sheet 5-6 · Item · 1927
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Sheet 5. Map depicting members of the League, Mandates, States not in the League and Populations.

Dr. Laura H. Martin
The League of Nations 1927
LON-G3201.F5 1927 .M37 Sheet 3-6 · Item · 1927
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Sheet 3. Map depicting members of the League, Mandates, States not in the League and Populations.

Dr. Laura H. Martin
HURC-WCHR-NGO UN 183241 · Document · 1993.06.24
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governments to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
View of a non-governmental organization's display booth.

HURC-WCHR-NGO UN 183242 · Document · 1993.06.24
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The Conference focused on a wide range of human rights issues. With the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the Conference called on Governments to promote and guarantee all human rights and made recommendations to strengthen the methods and mechanisms used by the United Nations in the field of human rights. The Conference was the first of its kind in 25 years and included 171 Members States and 1,000 non-governmental organizations.
View of a non-governmental organization's display booth.