By Thomas Richard Davies
An remarkable examine of 1 of the main gigantic overseas non-governmental campaigns ever to were undertaken - the crusade for disarmament among the 2 global Wars - which forces us to re-evaluate a lot of our assumptions approximately transnational civil society.
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Its one achievement in the disarmament campaign was the publication of a special issue of L’Etude Socialiste dedicated to disarmament in Mar. 1931. N? (Paris, 1934), p. 1. 31 More numerous than either the Christian or the students’ associations were the groups that took part in the Disarmament Committee of Women’s International Organisations. Like many of the student organisations, a substantial number of the women’s groups that promoted arms reduction were religious. The World’s YWCA has already been mentioned.
This was followed in the early nineteenth century by the foundation of the Àrst national associations explicitly devoted to the promotion of peace. By the middle of the nineteenth century, the Àrst international non-governmental organisations had been established, which greatly facilitated transnational activism. The Àrst notable example of a transnational campaign for disarmament took place during the Hague Conferences of 1899 and 1907, which set several important precedents for the much larger campaign of the interwar years.
Mott, The World Student Christian Federation: Origin, Achievement, Forecast (London, 1920). 28 There were also two small student organisations that were primarily concerned with campaigning. One was the International Federation of Socialist Students (IFSS), a body of around eight thousand people founded in Amsterdam in 1926. 29 More noteworthy in the disarmament movement was the International Federation of University League of Nations Societies (IFULNS). 30 Its location was the same as that of the International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation, with which it co-operated closely.