Category Archives: Emily Baughan

Emily Baughan is completing a PhD at the University of Bristol which examines the Save the Children Fund and its Geneva-based parent organisation, the ‘Union Internationale de Secours aux Enfants’, between the two world wars. You can browse her blog contributions below.

Feature: New Research on Save the Children

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After winning the Economic History Society Bursary to attend our summer conference, Emily Baughan writes for our June feature on The Save the Children Fund, the Geneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child and a Charter for Stateless Children, 1919-1940. … Continue reading

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Historians and Charities

Fresh from talking to Save the Children about their founders and their early days, Emily Baughan writes for us on what historians and charities can learn from each other. When I first began research in the archives of Save the … Continue reading

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Supporting New Researchers

The VAHS New Researchers is a sub-committee of the society and exists to provide networking opportunities and support for new researchers working on the history of charity, campaigning and civil society. These can include PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, junior lecturers … Continue reading

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