How did the League of Nations work for a better world?

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How did the League of Nations work for a better world?

Through its Committees and Commissions, the League aimed to fight poverty, disease and injustcie all over the world.

Refugees

- Refugees and Prisoners back to their homeland.

- Refugee Crisis in Turkey, 1922 - many were housed in Refugee camps.

- The league acted quickly to try and stamp out cholera, smallpox and dysentery in the camps.

Working Conditions

The International Labour Organistaions was successful in banning poisonous white lead from paint.

- It limited the hours

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