April 4, 2016, by Sarah

New trial resource from the United Nations

UNiLibrary, the first comprehensive online collection of knowledge created by the United Nations, provides seamless access to UN publications, journals data and series. UNiLibrary

Topics covered include:
• Agriculture Rural Development and Forestry
• Children and Youth
• Democracy and Governance
• Disarmament
• Drugs, Crime and Terrorism
• Economic and Social Development
• Environment and Climate Change
• Human Rights and Refugees
• Human Settlements and Urban Issues
• International Law and Justice
• International Trade and Finance
• Migration
• Natural Resources, Water and Energy
• Peacekeeping and Security
• Population and Demography
• Public Health
• Transportation and Public Safety
• United Nations
• Women and Gender Issues

UNiLibrary is on trial until 30 June 2016. Please send your feedback to collections@nottingham.ac.uk




UNiLibrary has been developed in partnership with the OECD. We already have access to OECDiLIbrary, the OECD’s online library of statistical database, books and periodicals, accessible via the Databases link on the right hand side of the NUsearch homepage.

The OECD cross-searchable (by theme and/or country) online library contains over 5000 e-books, 5000 MS Excel tables, 400 statistical datasets and 2500 working papers, covering topics such as: Agriculture and food; Economics; Education; Employment; Energy; Environment; Finance and investment; Science & technology; Social issues; and Regional and urban development.




Angela Shearsmith, Senior Library Adviser (Collections)

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