The United Nations Digital Library is here!
You can now explore UN documents, votes, speeches, public domain publications and more!
The platform provides access to UN-produced materials in digital format free of charge. 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 you 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 any time: https://digitallibrary.un.org/
Please send your feedback to United Nations Dag Hammarskjold Library, New York: email@example.com
United Nations Information Centre, Colombo
202-204 Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 7.
Tel: 011 2580691 – 8 Ext. 2100 Fax: 0 11 2581116