Christian Textile Workers' Resolution
The International Cetngress of Christian Trades' Unions in the Textile Industry, which met in Paris on Friday and Saturday last included representatives from France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, and Czechoslovakia.
The Congress considered the position of the textile industry in the various countries represented and recommended measures to improve the situations. It recommended the application of the Convention on the 40-hour week; the progressive suppression of the employment of married women; banning of night work and the creation of an international advisory body composed of representatives of the governments, the workers and the manufacturers.
It recorded the need for a closer cooperation between nations, a reduction of sale prices, and a better understanding between all those engaged in production.
As regards Sunday work the Congress opposed it vigorously laying it down that the rest and sanctification of Sunday belongs to the higher order.