Structure of the league of nations

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The Secretariat

The 'civil service of the league. Kept records of meetings and prepared reports for different agencies in the league.

The Court of International Justice

Settled disputes, had no way to ensure countries followed it's rulings. - Countries don't have to listen and agree

International Labour Organisation

Each member nation sent two government. ministers, one employer and one worker to discuss working conditions and encourage nations to improve them.

The Assembly

The League's parliament. Every country sent one representative. Recommend action to council and vote on: admitting new members, budget of league, appoint temporary members of council, other…


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