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  • ASIL Electronic Resource Guide
    ASIL Catalogue of International Law Internet resources. Consists of brief descriptions of fields of international law and their history; lists the most important international organizations in each field. Provides links to texts of conventions, law journals, other related sites.

  • Audiovisual Library of International Law
    Audiovisual Library of International Law is a free resource provided by the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs. The site has three collections- the Historic Archives, which include documents, video and audio recordings and photographs relating to the negotiation and adoption of significant legal instruments; the Lecture Series providing video lectures from leading international law scholars and practitioners, and the Research Library, which has links to other resources and documents on international law.

  • Centre of Peace in the Balkans
    Information on current situation in Balkans and crisis in Balkans - different witness statements, photos, articles and research on crisis. Information on UN and NATO action in Balkan crisis. Information on Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia and background studies of crisis. Links to other web pages on institutions that have been doing research on Balkan crisis or that have performed some action in Balkan crisis.

  • Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC)
    Information on International Criminal Court (ICC), that is collected and analyzed by network of different world non-governmental organizations that is advocating fair, effective and independent International Criminal Court. Information on ICC work, elections, events.

  • DomCLIC database
    An ever-expanding database of domestic jurisprudence relating to international criminal law. This online digest allows to access domestic case law that deals with international criminal law from countries all over the world.

  • Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL)
    Data base on international law, including international human rights, state and group of state rights, law of international organizations, environmental law, space, air and water law, economic law, transport and telecommunication law, settlement of disputes, armed conflict, criminal law and international private law. Contains links to primary documents, recommended web sites, and research guides, as well as other added information.

  • Europol
    Information on Europol and its action concerning the assistance to the law enforcement authorities of Member States in their fight against serious forms of organised crime. Information on cooperation of police in the European Union. Information on organised crime in the European Union.

  • Foreign Law: Legal Research Resources in the Internet
    Links to homepages with information on the legal systems of the world and legal resources databases. Information on war tribunals, human rights in Balkans and East Timor.

  • Human Rights Watch
    Information on Human Rights Watch - organization that is dedicated to protect human rights around the world. Information on different problems that usually lead to the abuse of human rights - arms, HIV/ AIDS, refugees, censorship, prisons, and other problems. Information on human rights situation in every country of the world. Links to other sites on censorship, HIV/AIDS and abuse of human rights connected with it, and others.

  • 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 Court (ICC)
    Information on states parties, basic documents, institutions of the court. Information on judgments and pending cases as well as database 'Legal Tools', including materials on international criminal 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 Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
    Information on tribunal, basic regulatory documents, judgements of tribunal. Job opportunities, internships.

  • 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.

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