Partners & Useful Resources

Partners & Useful Resources
This is the list of Useful resources that our partners or other institutions offer

List of Resources
# Link Description
1 Global Online Access to Legal Information (GOALI) The highlight is probably the Global Online Access to Legal Information (GOALI) program from the ILO. It provides free or low-cost online access to various legal information providers, including the major publishers in the field of international law (Brill, Oxford) as well as certain aggregators. It is run through the Research4Life platform.
2 EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries) A similar initiative, also with legal content, is EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries).
3 Developing Counties Initiative As mentioned, many of the key publishers participate in the programs above, Oxford, however, also has its own “Developing counties initiative”.
4 JSTOR Access Initiative JSTOR, which aggregates many journals, including, particularly, in the legal field and African studies, also has a program for institutions in developing countries, called the JSTOR Access Initiative.
ICC Legal Tools Database
ICRC databases on international humanitarian law
NATLEX and related databases
Sharing Electronic Resources and Laws on Crime Portal (SHERLOC)
Significantly, for international/comparative law, the UN and similar global inter-governmental organizations have created/participated in numerous essential law databases, including,
6 WorldLII There are also outside initiatives that collect legal information in a similar way, in particular the LII initiatives, such as WorldLII.
7 UN Documentation Research Guides
Use various free research guides with many links to free resources