- Quick Links
This guide provides access to selected resources for the study of human rights.
The 'Websites" tab provides links to not only Human Rights websites and free databases, but also to various associations, research institutions, and nongovernmental organizations.
Types of primary sources:
The European Union's Human rights has links to relevant documents and publications, as well as related programs.
LEGISinfo: Essential research tool for finding information on legislation (bills) currently before Parliament and from recent Parliaments
Please note that bills, debates, and other provincial parliamentary documents are usually available on legislative home pages.
Thomas: Legislation (bills, summaries and status, Public Laws), Congressional Record and Committee Information
FDsys:Federal Digital System: Congressional Bills, Congressional Record, Public and Private Laws, and United States Code and Popular Names Tables.
United States Code and help in searching the U.S. Code:
Administrative Code of the City of New York: Scroll to the bottom of the list and click on ADC New York Administrative Code.
Atlas of Human Rights: mapping violations of freedom around the globe G1046.E625 F233 2010
HuriSearch: Search engine; searches over 5,000 human rights web sites