Jewish Groups Confer on Joint Approach to U.N. over Orphans in Non-jewish Homes

The question of formulating a joint approach to the United Nations Human Rights Commission on the situation of Jewish war orphans living in non-Jewish homes was discussed by representatives of Jewish organizations here, including the World Jewish Congress, Agudas Israel, the World Union for Progressive Judaism and the Board of Deputies of British Jews. The U.N. Commission will meet at the end of this month.

The meeting decided to summon a special meeting of legal advisers of the Jewish organizations to work out details of the plan. It is understood that the Jewish organizations plan to demand: Firstly, that all Jewish orphans be returned to the Jewish community; secondly, that all governments demand of individuals and organizatons that they register the names and original religious faiths of the children for whom they are now caring.

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