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Am J Dis Child. 1927;34(3):453-455. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1927.04130210128015.
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RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED By Child WELFARE Committee of LEAGUE of Nations  The following resolutions were adopted by the Child Welfare Committee of the League of Nations in its Third Session, May, 1927.

  • The Child Welfare Committee has considered the resolution of the assembly asking it to continue its enquiry into the cinema in relation to child welfare, and requests the council to ask the governments to furnish information on the lines of the questionnaire which it has drawn up.

    1. Could any arrangements usefully be made for the exchange of information between different countries in regard to films which are good or bad for children and young people?

    2. Can any facilities be given for the better international circulation of films which are specially suitable for children, for either instruction or amusement?

  • The Child Welfare Committee notes with gratitude the efforts of the Health Committee to improve and standardize


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