Full Title: 1921 International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children, as amended by the 1947 Protocol
Short Title / Abbreviations: 1921 IC Women and Children Traffic Suppression
Date & Place of Adoption: 12 November 1947, Lake Success, New York, USA
Date of Entry into Force: 24 April 1950 (Article 11)
Depository: UN Secretary General
Secretariat / Relevant Authority: -
Subject Classification: Criminal Justice/Human Rights
Keywords: Human Rights/Forced Labor/Forced Labour/Slavery/Slave Trade/Debt Bondage
General Status (Parties): 46 Parties as of 18 June 2009
Citations to text: 53 UNTS 39 / [1947] ATS 17
Links to Current Status: UN Treaty Collection
Links to Text (CIL):
Links to Text (External): UN Treaty Collection
Link to Reservations / Declarations: UN Treaty Collection
Protocols / Amendments: 1947 Protocol to amend the 1921 Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children
Related Conventions: 1921 International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children
Remarks: Pages are missing from the original document.

The 1950 Convention for the Suppression of Traffic in persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others supersedes this Convention.

STATUS IN ASEAN STATES
Myanmar: Signature (13 May 1949)
Philippines: Accession (30 Sep 1954)
Singapore: Succession (26 Oct 1966)
RESERVATION/DECLARATION/STATEMENT IN ASEAN STATES
Myanmar: Reservation (13 May 1949)
Prepared By: TYS On: 18 Jun 2009
Checked By: IPI On: 19 Jun 2009
Last Updated By: SAC On: 03 Feb 2010