The Politics of Trafficking: The First International Movement to Combat the Sexual Exploitation of Women

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Index
Note: Tables are indicated by t following a page number.
Abolitionists. See International Abolitionist Federation
Accords. See Anti-trafficking accords
Action for the Collective Return of German Maids, 100
Africa, organization of Prostitution in 21–22
Age of consent, 9,11,12,46,47,56,67,130,143
Algeria: nationalism and the state regulation of Prostitution in, 129–31; police corruption in, 39; prostitutes from, 30; Prostitution in, 22, 23,129–31; regulation of Prostitution in, 23, 124–25; sex tourism in, 30, 124; and trafficking, 131; women's status in, 128
American Social Hygiene Association, 77–78
Andrews, Elizabeth, 55
Anglican Church, 26
Anti-trafficking accords: adherence to, by country, 10t; applications to colonial areas, 11–14,92; definition of trafficking in, 66–67,119; developed in the interwar period, 76–77,92; League of Nations coordination of, 73–74; overview of, 9–11; state-building and, 11; state implementation of, 11–13,146–149; state regulation of Prostitution and, 145–146; supporters of, after WWII, 131; Traffic in Women and Children Committee and, 76
Anti-trafficking efforts. See International anti-trafficking movement
Argentina: Prostitution in, 30; regulation of Prostitution by, 23; and trafficking, 29
Armenia, 30
Asia: organization of Prostitution in, 21–22; trafficking in, 78
Association Against the Traffic in Women and Children (Indonesia), 106
Association for the Repression of the White Slave Trade and for the Protection of Young Women, 115–16
Association of Hindu Women, 75
Australia, legalization of Prostitution in, 151
Austria: deportation of prostitutes by, 84; International Bureau and, 58; prostitutes from, 30; Prostitution in, 32
L'Azioine Coloniale (newspaper), 34
Balfour, Frances, 44
Belgium: deportation of prostitutes by, 84; International Bureau and, 57,58; and League of Nations, 81; prostitutes from, 30; Prostitution in, 30, 46, 83–84; regulation of Prostitution by, 26
Bérenger, René, 60, 115–18, 121
Bert, Paul, 125
Blackburn, Susan, 104
Boggiano-Pico (Italian senator), 140
Boli, John, 174n77
Bombay, India: European Prostitution in, 30; police corruption in, 39; Japanese Prostitution in, 85
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 23
Bourgeois, Léon, 79

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