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The Advisory Committee on the Traffic of Women and Children was a permanent advisory committee of the League.
Its members were nine countries, and several non-governmental organizations.
Increased urbanization and young women entering the workforce led to greater flexibility in courtship without supervision.
The measures against trafficking of women focus on harsher criminal legislation and punishments, and improving international police cooperation.The advisory committee also worked to expand its research and intervention program beyond the United States and Europe.