Resolution presented by the Fifth Committee and adopted by the Assembly on 19 September authorising Dr. Nansen to utilise his Russian Refugee Organisation for administering relief to these refugees and inviting the Council to consider whether a sum for this purpose can be placed at Dr. Nansen's disposal from the item "Unforeseen expenditure" (Resolution No. 4 A.89.1922) and Resolution adopted by the Council on 4 October 1922 (C714.M426).
Within the context of the expulsion decree deadline extended to 6 Feb. 1929, correspondence exchanged to enable naturalization of refugees or their evacuation through free visas or labour contracts. The file includes translations of Turkish laws on nationality and related stamp duties.
The file contains correspondence in connection with the ILO's decision to withdraw its delegation within 31 May 1928. Press clippings document the ILO's communiqués to Russian refugees seeking re-emigration and placement as well as those who might obtain financial support from the Advisory Committee to the ILO delegation.
This file concerns 36 refugee women who have been imprisoned for lack of means to evacuate Stamboul, they are prostitutes and the ILO delegate, Mr. Raymond Schlemmer, seeks support for their protection. Contacts are established with the head of the Social Section, Dame Rachel Crowdy, to obtain information on societies helping foreign prostitutes.
Correspondence and notes regarding passport request.
Files contains correspondence relating to the transfer of Russian Refugees from China to Australia (transportation, accounts, etc.).
Files contains correspondence and press clippings relating to the transfer of Russian Refugees from China to Chile (transportation, employment, visa, accounts, etc.).
This file contains documents related to movements of refugees through exchange formula.
This file contains documents relating to the International Labour Office refugees service work in the field of assistance to Armenian refugees.