This page highlights some United Nations sites and U.N. document research tools that are particularly useful for International Human Rights Clinic projects.
For more on United Nations research, visit the sites in the Guides to U.N. Document Research box, below.
The UN directory below has a much more comprehensive list of UN bodies and organizations.
Use this links for human rights bodies relevant to the International Human Rights Clinic.
These sources are useful for pinpointing key human rights documents from the main U.N. human rights mechanisms (including treaty bodies and charter bodies).
These are useful tools for finding specific U.N. documents, or for searching for U.N. documents that address topics you are researching.
Follow the steps below to find submissions by Human Rights Advocates to the Human Rights Council and its predecessor, the Human Rights Commission.
For some of the best expert advice on finding United Nations documents, try these sites.
These are the U.N. document symbols for documents from the major U.N. human rights bodies. Including these symbols in searches can help limit results to documents generated by a specific body. A detailed A guide to U.N. document symbols (what they are and how to read them) is available from the Dag Hammarskjöld Library.