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  • International Committee of the Red Cross
    Information on action of the Red Cross - especially in humanitarian law. Information on newest events where the Red Cross is taking part in - publications, video, maps, commentaries on newest armed conflicts and information on Red Cross latest missions. Links to the other sites on human rights and humanitarian law.

  • International criminal courts - legal research guide
    International criminal courts for the Former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone: a guide to online and print resources, overview of the conflict, overview of the court, basic documents, case law by Amy Burchfield.

  • International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
    Information on tribunal, its activities, database of pending and decided cases, basic texts of regulatory documents, library with links to electronic journals (needs a password), links to other related web pages. Established for the prosecution of persons responsible for genocide and other serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of Rwanda between 1 January 1994 and 31 December 1994.

  • International Human Rights Network (IHRN)
    Guide to international human rights research. Webpage contains legal theory on human rights, its development and history, legal systems of protection of human rights as well as links to basic instruments on human rights, case law web pages and articles.

  • International Institute for Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT)
    Information of formation of UNIDROIT, its purpose, membership, funding, structure, languages, legislative policy, working methods, work programme, subsidiary activities, e.g., publications, library. UNIDROIT principles. Link to database on case law and bibliography of application of UNIDROIT principles. UNIDROIT convention texts, publications, research study possibilities. Link to homepage of Centre for Comparative and Foreign Law Studies.

  • International Labour Organization (ILO)
    Homepage contains basic information on ILO, information on events organized by it and the news related to topic of labour. Research materials i.e. reports, reserach papers, publications are available on the page. Journals (e.g. International Labour Review, International Journal of Labour Research etc.), statistics and databases (e.g. ILOSTAT, LABORSTA, NORMLEX, NATALEX) related to topic labour are also available. Information on labours standards: international documents, international policy, supervisory bodies and their procedures also can be found.

  • International Trademark Law – The Madrid System
    Guide to researching the Madrid system by Vicenç Feliú. The guide describes the Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol, together known as the Madrid System for the International Registration of Marks, registration procedure and searching for international trade marks.

  • Interpol
    Information on Interpol and its action. Information on international cooperation of police. Information on terrorism Interpol has been dealing with. Information on persons wanted by national jurisdictions or International Criminal Tribunals. Information on children and human trafficking. Information on stolen works of art. Information on international drug fighting system. Information on financial crimes and corruption. Information on forensic. Information on international crime statistics. Information on football hooliganism. Information on international police net for vehicle crimes. Information on information technology crimes. Information on criminal intelligence analysis.

  • Introduction to Eritrean Legal System and Research
    Research guide, written by Luwam Dirar and Kibrom Tesfagabir, provides an overview of the Eritrean legal system as well as useful resources for in-depth research of Eritrean law.

  • Introduction to the Ethiopian Legal System and Legal Research
    Research guide, written by Hanna A. Zemichael and irmachew Alemu Aneme, provides an overview of the Ethiopian legal system, state institutions, and sources of law.

  • Introduction to the Moroccan Legal System
    Guide to researching Moroccan legal system by Dahmène Touchent. The guide describes Moroccan legislative, executive and judiciary power, legal education, printed and online resources for researching Moroccan legal system.

  • JURIST. Legal news and research
    JURIST's legal news and research service is based in University of Pittsburg School of Law and staffed by legally trained law professors and students reporting and researching law in real time. Page offers legal information, latest news and materials around the world, separating information about USA and specific states. Access to Gazette - JURIST's web log of documents: major judicial opinions, bills, reports, testimony and other official and/or primary source materials making legal news. Browser of documents and video materials from major legal events of the world are available.

  • Kenya Law Reports
    Kenyan legal acts, case law, the official gazette, information about latest developments in legislation and case law, links to online legal resources.

  • KPMG
    KPMG is a global network of firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. The company's website contains detailed information on KPMG's services and events as well as industry insights and articles published by KPMG staff.

  • Lawlinks
    Lawlinks is an internet gateway to legal resources on the internet. The website contains links to national law, international law, and European Union law, as well as guidance to legal research. Lawlinks is maintained by the University of Kent.

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