The structure of the League of Nations

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Secretariat
Asministrative tasks and financial work. Organised conferences, monitored budgets and published reports
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Council
Executive body of the League. Met 4/5 times a year in times of crisis. In 1930 the permanent members were Britain, France, Italy and Japan (Germany became a member in 1926)
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Assembly
Met once a year. Each member had one vote and decisions had to be unanimous. They admitted new members and elected non-permanent members to the council.
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Court of international justice
Gave adive to the league for small disputes and was staffed by 11 judges and 4 deputy judges
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International Labour Organisation
Promoted good working practices, fair wages, fair hours and rights for women and children
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Health Committee
Set up to improve world health
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Slavery Committee
Set up to end slavery
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Refugee Committee
Set up to return people to their homes after wars and disasters, this included prisoners of war too
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Executive body of the League. Met 4/5 times a year in times of crisis. In 1930 the permanent members were Britain, France, Italy and Japan (Germany became a member in 1926)

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Council

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Met once a year. Each member had one vote and decisions had to be unanimous. They admitted new members and elected non-permanent members to the council.

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Gave adive to the league for small disputes and was staffed by 11 judges and 4 deputy judges

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Promoted good working practices, fair wages, fair hours and rights for women and children

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