The United Nations Digital Library- UNDL

 

The United Nations Digital Library (UNDL) is now available! A result of the successful collaboration between the UN Dag Hammarskjöld Library and the United Nations Office at Geneva Library, the platform provides access to UN-produced materials in digital format free of charge. It is built on open source technology developed by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and encompasses administration and open source metrics. The system incorporates content presented in various “stand-alone databases” such as the UN Bibliographic Information System (UNBISNET) and the UN Official Document System (ODS) – almost 900,000 records and counting. It provides one global point of access to UN information – current and historical. Enhancements will be rolled out on a regular basis.

What can I find in the United Nations Digital Library now?
– UN documents and open access publications
– UN voting data and speeches
– UN maps
– UN content freely available around the world
– Content in 6+ languages

Which system features are there for the user?
– Advanced browsing features
– Linked data between related documents such as resolutions, meeting records and voting
– Refine search by UN body, agency or type of document
– Simple and advanced search functionality
– New content alerts

Why a United Nations Digital Library?
– Modern technology and functionality
– Improved usability and access
– Enhanced transparency and preservation

Search and download information from anywhere in the world, at anytime: https://digitallibrary.un.org/