OXIO – Oxford International Organizations

OXIO is a database specialised in international institutional law. It offers access to primary materials and analysis on the law of international organisations.

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OXIO contains key documents of international organisations, including, but not limited to, resolutions and decisions, draft normative texts, constituent instruments, relevant court decisions and occasionally, treaties that bind the organisations. In addition to the original source text, the database provides expert commentary for each key document, including background information, a summary and a note on the impact of the document on the working of the organization in question.

OXIO is continuously expanding with the latest documents and acts of international organisations to give researchers a full overview of the legal frameworks, processes, and impact of a growing range of organisations.

By using the Oxford Law Citator it is possible to follow citations and other links to content from both Oxford University Press as well as selected third-party websites.

Use the search field at the top right of the page to search the database. It is also possible to browse by organisation, subject, content type, or date.

OXIO is part of Oxford Public International Law which also provides access to the library’s subscription to:

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