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(Received March 31, 10.30 1 a.m.) LONDON, March 29. The principle of equality received an indirect endorsement in the provision not only for the employment of women on the secretariat and the offices of the League; of Nations, but. for their sitting as delegates, or members of the Executive Council. The new draft of the Covenant will indicate that a State may be a member of the League without binding self to accept any or all of the various separate conventions whi -h are speoip.tfJL. In addition there w:U be conventions regarding' the whit© slave traffic, th.} oi him traffic, and the treatment ot Naiives. The latter will nr-i-e-v replace ti>-* Berlin and Brussels' conventions.

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WOMEN'S EQUALITY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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WOMEN'S EQUALITY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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