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  • Translated Norwegian Legislation
    University of Oslo Faculty of Law Library's collection of translation of Norwegian legislation.

  • Tribal Court Clearinghouse
    Resources on Native American law in the United States. Information on tribal jurisdiction and law, as well as relevant federal and state legislation and case law as well as information on topics related to tribal jurisdiction.

  • Unalex
    Information on European and international uniform law. The sources of private international law. Selected case law of the EU member states and other conventions; case law has been evaluated in the Unalex Compendium. Legislative texts and materials. International literature on uniform law. Commentary. Special emphasis has been put on international private and civil procedural law. The information and factual material of Unalex is continuously updated and developed further.

  • United Nations documents
    Well-structured coverage of all relevant UN human rights bodies and documents including individual cases (University of Minnesota Human Rights Library).

  • United Nations (UN)
    Access to UN documents: General Assembly session documents, resolutions, and official letters, Secretary General's Reports to the Security Council, reports (for example, Human Rights Today). Information on UN institutions (General Assembly, Secretary General, Security Council, Sanctions Committees, Economical and Social Council, International Court of Justice, the Secretariat). Information on UN publications (some of them available online), databases, UNCDB, Monthly Bulletin on Statistics On-line, Daily Subsistence Allowance Rates, Official documents System (ODS) (requires subscription). Free access to UN Treaty Collection. Information on UN activities against terrorism, issues on the UN Agenda, Civil Society and Business, human rights, peace and security. International Law issues, law of the seas, international tribunals, International Criminal Court, UNCITRAL, codification of international law, technical assistance to states, treaties.

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    Text of the declaration in world languages.

  • University of Minnesota Human Rights Library
    Information on library and search possibilities. Indexes of documents and materials in human rights, search possibilities in other human rights related homepages, information on study and scholarship possibilities, employment search possibilities, information on distance learning.

  • U.S. Department of State
    Information on the activities and organization of U.S. Department of State and its institutions - Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labour, The Office of International Religious Freedom (Reports, Archive 1997-2000, related links, legislation, fact sheets), Human Rights and Democracy Fund ((HRDF) Human Rights Reports), Business centre (Guide to doing business with the Department of State, US Trade Policy), Diplomatic list, International topics and issues (arms control, biotechnology, corruption, information technology, history of foreign relations, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, law enforcement, legal issues, narcotics, religious freedom, refugees, terrorism).

  • US Supreme Court Decisions
    Database of the Supreme Court decisions since 1893.

  • Vindex. Law firm
    Information on the law firm Vindex, its team and services rendered by it in such spheres as taxes and finance, commercial law, real estate etc.

  • Virtual Law Library
    The Virtual Law Library summarizes information about legal sources on the Internet: data bases, books, full texts, legal journals, bibliographies and other resources.

  • vLex
    vLex is a fee-based database of foreign and international law. vLex provides access to official primary content (legislation, case law, etc.), secondary content (books, journals, news & business, etc.), and forms and contracts. The database covers 133 jurisdictions and countries.

  • Web Guide to Free Legal and Compliance Resources on the Asia Pacific Region
    Guide to Legal Resources on the Asia Pacific Region countries in the following aspects: judicial, legislation, government, regulatory and financial resources. Author - Jane Macoustra.

  • Women's Human Rights Resources
    Project of the University of Toronto on women's human rights. The website provides information on various topics related to women's rights worldwide. In addition, articles, reports, conventions and treaties, cases and links to other resources are provided.

  • World Health Organization (WHO)
    The WHO home page offers a wide range of information on health topics: WHO programmes, statistics, reports, and publications.

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