Documents and publications issued by various governments and deliberative bodies serve as a rich source of material for researchers. Readex is well known for its current and retrospective collections of United Nations documents and U.S. government publications.
Developed in cooperation with the library community, Access UN serves primarily as an ongoing Web-based index to more than 500,000 current and archived United Nations documents and publications. Access UN also provides the full text or links to the full text of more than 35,000 of… Learn more.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a UN organization formed in 1965 with the merger of the Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance and the UN Special Fund. The stated goal of UNDP is to build more productive societies and economies… Learn more.
Established in 1945 by 51 countries, the stated purpose of the United Nations is to preserve peace through international cooperation. Today, the United Nations, worldwide in scope, consists of 191 member-nations. For researching international issues, United Nations documents and publications are… Learn more.