Report of the International Congress of Women: The Hague the Netherlands, April 28th to May 1st, 1915; President's Address; Resolutions Adopted; ... Visting European Capitals (Classic Reprint)

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A committee of Dutch women, headed by Dr. Aletta Jacobs, who met in Amsterdam last February with a group of women from Germany, Belgium and Holland issued a Call for an International Congress of Women. They all believed in the solidarity of the Woman's Movement and were confident that even in war times a meeting might be organised to discuss the principles of constructive peace.

Invitations to take part in the Congress were sent to womens' organisations and mixed organisations as well as to individual women all over the world. Each organisation was invited to appoint two delegates.

Women who became members of the Congress were required to express themselves in general agreement with the resolutions on the preliminary programme. This general agreement was interpreted to imply the conviction

(a) That international disputes should be settled by pacific means.

(b) That the parliamentary franchise should be extended to women.

The expenses of the Congress were guaranteed by British, Dutch and German women present who all agreed to raise one-third of the sum required; although eventually the amount was defrayed by the generous subscription of the women representing twelve different countries.

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