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Story International Collaboration 3-3

Chapter 1   Collaboration

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International Collaboration – The Children’s Bureau’s international activities began as early as 1916, when Chief Lathrop pledged to help a group of women in Argentina who first envisioned the Pan American Congresses devoted to child welfare.

Children’s Bureau staff have represented the United States on many such international bodies throughout its history, including committees of the League of Nations, Agency for International Development, and the United Nations. During World War II, the Children’s Bureau was a key player in the creation of the U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children.


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