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Access UN (NewsBank)(1946-February 29, 2016)

Please Note: This resource was cancelled. Access is no longer available via UVic Libraries.

For more information please contact:
Lisa Petrachenko,
Associate University Librarian, Learning and Research Resources

Description No longer updated; content from 1946-February 29, 2016 available

Access UN indexes documents (including Masthead documents, Official Records, resolutions, sales publications, treaties, meeting records, etc.) from the main UN bodies- General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council, Secretariat, and International Court of Justice- as well as documents from other UN programmes, such as UNEP, UNDP, UNFPA, UNHCR, UNITAR, and the many committees, subcommittees, and commissions. Coverage is from 1945 to the present. Access UN is ideal for multidisciplinary research, including international affairs and diplomacy, political science, contemporary history, international law, peacekeeping, human rights, trade and economic development, environmental affairs, international statistics and demography, public administration, and atomic energy.

Subjects Government Publications, Political Science
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