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2 edition of Suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications. found in the catalog.

Suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications.

League of Nations. Advisory Commission for the Protection and Welfare of Children and Young People. Traffic in Women and Children Committee.

Suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications.

Summary of reports received from governments.

by League of Nations. Advisory Commission for the Protection and Welfare of Children and Young People. Traffic in Women and Children Committee.

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Published in [Geneva] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Obscenity (Law)

  • Edition Notes

    Official no.: C.T.F.E.269.

    SeriesSeries of League of Nations publications., 1928.IV.6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1975 .A25 1928
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6717016M
    LC Control Number28017334
    OCLC/WorldCa4123856

    Advertisement or disclosure of pornographic materials for the purpose of circulation or sale is also considered a criminal offense. The convention on suppression of the circulation and traffic of obscene publications was signed in Geneva on Septem It was amended in November in New York.   The Russian Empire signed the Agreement for the Repression of Obscene Publications in Paris in and the Soviet Union was a signatory to the Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation .

    Get this from a library! Agreement for the suppression of the circulation of obscene publications, signed at Paris on 4 May , amended by the protocol signed at Lake Success, New York, 4 May [United Nations.]. R v Butler, [] 1 S.C.R. is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision on pornography and state this case, the Court had to balance the right to freedom of expression under section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms with women's rights. The outcome has been described as a victory for anti-pornography feminism and the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund.

    The Comstock Act of made it illegal to send “obscene, lewd or lascivious,” “immoral,” or “indecent” publications through the law also made it a misdemeanor for anyone to sell, give away, or possess an obscene book, pamphlet, picture, drawing, or advertisement.. The breadth of the legislation included writings or instruments pertaining to contraception and abortion.   In petitioning the court, the local district attorney's office highlighted the Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications, signed in Paris in , and the.


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Suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications by League of Nations. Advisory Commission for the Protection and Welfare of Children and Young People. Traffic in Women and Children Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

60 rows    The Agreement for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications is a multilateral anti-pornography treaty that was initially negotiated and concluded in Paris in It was amended by a Protocol.

As ofthe treaty has 57 state parties. Get this from a library. Suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications. Summary of reports received from governments. [League of Nations. Traffic in. Get this from a library.

International Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications: methods of transmission of rogatory commissions. [League of Nations.]. INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE CIRCULATION OF AND TRAFFIC IN OBSCENE PUBLICATIONS Opened for signature at Geneva from 12 September to 31 Marchamended by the Protocol signed at Lake success, New York, 12 November This Convention revises the Agreement for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications adoptedin force As amended by Protocol adoptedin force (3) The expression ” corresponding law” in this Ordinance means any law stated in a certificate purporting to be issued by or on behalf of the Government of any country outside Sri Lanka to be a law pro viding for the suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications in accordance with the provisions of the International Convention for that purpose signed at Geneva on.

[22] Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation and Traffic in Obscene Publications, 12 September[] ATS 19 (entered into force 7 August ) as varied by the Protocol to amend the Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications, 12 November[] ATS 16 (entered into force TITLE: Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of, and Traffic in, Obscene Publications, concluded at Geneva on 12 September.

Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of, and Traffic in, Obscene Publications, concluded at Geneva on 12 September and amended by the Protocol signed at Lake Success, New York, on 12 November 3.

International Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications. Geneva, 12 September. CHAPTER: Chapter VIII. Obcsene Publications TITLE: 1. Protocol to amend the Convention for the suppression of the circulation of, and traffic in, obscene publications, concluded at Geneva on 12 September Lake Success, New York, 12 November profile of Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications from the Yearbook of International Organizations, a service of the UIA.

the suppression of the circulation of obscene publications. Done at Paris, the fourth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and ten, in a single copy of which a certified true copy shall be delivered to each one of the signatory Powers.

List of signatures on the day of the ceremony of signatures of the Agreement of 4 May Under the Fourth Law for the Reform of Criminal Law, Section of the German Criminal Code as amended by Article 1 of this Law, departs in certain respects from the rules laid down in the International Convention of 12 September for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications.

International convention for the suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications, opened for signature at Geneva from 12 September to 31 Marchamended by the protocol signed at Lake Success, New york, 12 November From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications is a League of Nations anti- pornography treaty that was initially negotiated and concluded in Geneva.

It was amended by a. Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of, and Traffic in, Obscene Publications, concluded at Geneva on 12 September and amended by the Protocol signed at Lake Success, New York, on 12 November VIII 3.

International Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications. Geneva, OBSCENE PUBLlCA TIONS (SUPPRESSION OF) 1 THE OBSCENE PUBLICATIONS (SUPPRESSION cap OF) ACT [17rh March, 1. This Act may be cited as the Obscene Publications wtitla (Suppression of) Act.

Any person who- mcncca. (a) for purposes of or by way of trade or for distribu- tion or public exhibition makes or produces or has in his possession any obscene Writings, drawings.

Transfer to the United Nations of the functions exercised by the French Government under the International Agreement of 18 May and the International Convention of 4 May for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic, and the Agreement of 4 May for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications.and See also "Protocol to amend the Convention for the suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications concluded at Geneva on 12 Septembersigned at Lake Success, New York, on 12 November " in United Nations, Treaty Series, vol.

46, p. Vol.C,International Conference on Obscene Publications ( Geneva, Switzerland). Records of the International conference for the suppression of the circulation of and traffic in obscene publications.

[Lausanne, Imp. réunies s. a., ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. This article is within the scope of WikiProject International relations, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of International relations on Wikipedia.

If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page, where you can join the project and see a list of open tasks. Stub This article has been rated as Stub-Class on the project's.Agreement for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications; Convention for the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications; International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation; Outer Space Treaty.Protocols amending the Convention of 30 September on the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children, the Convention of 11 October on the Suppression of the Traffic of Women of Full Age and the Convention of 12 September on the Suppression of the Circulation of and Traffic in Obscene Publications: (a) Initial stage: