Can I search the Library's catalogue from my office or home?
Last Updated: Jul 22, 2016     Views: 217

The Library's catalogue, UNBISnet, may be searched from any computer with access to the Internet. The catalogue is freely available to all Internet users.

UNBISnet contains three databases:

  1. Bibliographic Records: UN documents (1979-), non-UN books, journals, etc.
  2. Voting Records: voting information on resolutions adopted by the General Assembly and the Security Council starting in 1946;
  3. Index to speeches: speeches made in the General Assembly (from 38th session, 1983-), the Security Council (1983-), the Economic and Social Council (1983-) and the Trusteeship Council (from 1982-1994).


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