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  • Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society
    Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society is the world's oldest and Scandinavia's largest peace organisation. The page contains the information about the history and main principles of the work of this organization, current projects, as well as the reports on achievements in arms trade regulation and realisation of other goals.

  • Switzerland's official web portal
    Homepage provides individuals and businessmen with practical information about such Swiss legal disciplines as tax law, civil procedure, criminal procedure, environmental law, mediation, labour law, commercial law etc.

  • Systematische Sammlung des Bundesrechts. Collection of the Federal Law of Switzerland
    Systematic collection of the Federal law of Switzerland that is prepared on the basis of the Federal law from October 6, 1996. The collection includes laws, regulations, decrees, international conventions, contracts and resolutions.

  • Terra Nullius. The Housing, Land and Property Weblog
    A blog on housing, land and property (HLP) rights in conflict, disaster, displacement, humanitarian assistance, early recovery and transitional justice settings. The blog is maintaned by Rhodri C. Williams, a human rights consultant and researcher, in collaboration with the Aland Cultural Foundation.

  • The Burundi Legal System and Research
    Research guide by Syldie Bizimana. Information on Burundian political and legal system, human rights institutions, links to online resources about Burundi.

  • The Crisis in Darfur: Researching the Legal Issues
    Amy Burchfield’s research guide focuses on international law issues pertinent to the Darfur crisis.

  • the Equality Ombudsman of Sweden
    The Equality Ombudsman is a government agency that seeks to combat discrimination and promote equal rights and opportunities at working and study environment. Legal acts concerning discrimination, information about the Ombudsman and its functions, publications, practical information on recognizing dicrimination.

  • The European Parliament
    Information on the activities of the European Parliament. Database of the European Parliament's internal documents (Legislative Observatory (OEIL): documents of parliamentary committees, interparliamentary delegations, session documents, written declarations, parliamentary questions, calendar of parliamentary sessions, resolutions, rules of procedure, working documents online (E-studies). Access to the Register of documents of the European Council and the European Commission. Information for the persons wishing to submit a petition or complaint to the European Ombudsman. Information on the activities of parliamentary committees and delegations. References on key topics and EU policies: The European Convention, enlargement, fight against discrimination. EU Citizens' Portal.

  • The Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law & Human Rights
    The Academy offers a Master’s Programme covering all branches of international law applicable in armed conflict. In addition, the Academy offers special training programs for professionals who are confronted with legal problems related to armed conflicts.

  • The Judicial Authority of Israel
    Information resource of the Judicial Authority of the State of Israel. This resource provides information on the Supreme Court, the District Court, the Magistrates’ Court and juvenile courts as well as on religious, military, labour and administrative tribunals. The resource includes historical background of the judicial authority and information on judges (appointment, qualifications, proceedings etc.). Includes the Supreme Court case law since 1948 in English.

  • The portal to Swiss legislation
    Homepage provides access to Swiss federal and cantonal legislation, information about legal updates, links to online resources about Swiss federal and cantonal law.

  • The Special Court for Sierra Leone
    Homepage of the Special Court of Sierra Leone provides information about the structure and activities of the Court, its cases and judgements. Audio and video materials of the trials are also available as well as basic documents of the Court and international conventions and treaties.

  • The Supreme Court Bulletin
    Electronic version of the Bulletin of the Republic of Latvia's Supreme Court. The Bulletin contains reports on the Supreme Court and its case law, as well as opinions and conference papers of legal scientists.

  • The University of Western Australia: Faculty of law
    Homepage of the Faculty of Law of the University of Western Australia provides information on faculty itself, its programmes, projects and specifics, especially emphasizing law on mining, oil and gas.

  • Thomson Reuters New Zealand
    A fee-based database containing information about legal and business issues in New Zealand.

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