New database Oxford International Organizations freely available

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The recently launched database Oxford International Organizations (OXIO) is now freely available until July 2018. OXIO offers access to primary materials and analysis on the law of international organizations. It is continuously expanding with new materials to give researchers a full overview of the legal frameworks, processes, and impact of a growing range of organizations.

OXIO content
Each document in OXIO is accompanied by a concise expert commentary, including background information, a summary and a note on the impact of the document on the working of the organization in question. The section ‘Further Analysis and Relevant Materials’ offers references to leading comments and related materials. By using the Oxford Law Citator it is possible to follow citations and other links to content from both Oxford University Press as well as selected third-party websites.

Use the search field at the top right of the page to search the database. It is also possible to browse by organization, subject, content type or date.

Read more about OXIO’s aims and scope in the Letter from the Editors. Among the editors-in-chief is Catherine Brölmann, associate professor of international law at the UvA.

Oxford Public International Law
Oxford International Organizations is part of Oxford Public International Law which also provides access to the library’s subscriptions to: