United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) was established in 1967 to support countries in the field of crime prevention and justice administration. UNICRI is based in Turin, Italy.
UNICRI supports countries in crime prevention through
- research and analysis
- technical cooperation
- training programs
- exchange of information
- advisory services.
UNICRI has developed collaboration with international organizations, national and local governments, nongovernmental organizations, educational and academic institutions. The institute also works in close relationship with relevant UN agencies and bodies.
More on UNICRI
- The UNICRI website provides background information, news, statistics, full text documents and reports.
- UNICRI publishes World Criminological Directory. It is a database containing almost 500 institutions worldwide working in the field of criminology and criminal justice.
- The UNICRI Documentation Centre manages an electronic library which allows access to full-text documentation.
Key UN documents
- UN Charter in Swedish | in English
- UN System Chart
- Yearbook of the United Nations
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Swedish | in English
- Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action
- Statue of the International Court of Justice
UN documents and publications in catalogues and databases
- United Nations Digital Library offers UN documents and open access publications, UN voting data and speeches, UN maps, Content in 6+ languages. Replaces the traditional online catalogue UNBISnet.
- UN iLibrary UN publications online covering different topics.
- ODS full-text UN documents published from 1993 onward and scanned documents published between 1946 and 1993 in the official languages of the UN.
- Daily list of documents (ODS). Documents published for the day, with full text links, can be found in the United Nations full text database ODS.
- UNBIS Thesaurus a multilingual database of the controlled vocabulary used to describe UN documents.
- Index to proceedings is an annual bibliographic guide to the proceedings and documentation of the major UN organs. The index includes:
- a list of all documents
- a comprehensive subject index
- an index to speeches
- a voting chart of resolutions
- United Nations Documents Index (United Nations Digital Library) References to all documents by subject area are published. A collection of indexes is held by the Dag Hammarskjöld and Law Library, Uppsala, and the Libraries at UN Headquarters in New York and Geneva.
UN Documents available online
- All UN documents from 1993-.
- All resolutions of the Principal Organs from 1946-.
- All Security Council plenary documents from 1946- in English, French and Spanish.
- All supplements to the General Assembly Official Records (GAOR) from 1946-.
- All General Assembly plenary meeting records from 1946- in English, French and Spanish.
- Older documents are being scanned: Update on UN Digitization Programme.
Last modified: 2023-03-20