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United Nations Libraries

Since the inception of the United Nations, UN libraries have provided information services to the UN secretariat, the permanent missions and the general public.

  • UNECA Knowledge and Library Services
    Economic Commission for Africa - Knowledge and Library Services
  • ESCWA Library Catalogue
    Library of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
  • Dakar
    Library of the African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP)
  • Bangkok (ESCAP)
    Library of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific
  • Geneva (UNOG)
    Library of the UN Office in Geneva (UNOG)
  • Mexico (ECLAC)
    Information Resource of the ECLAS Subregional Headquarters in Mexico
  • Nairobi
    Sergio Vieira de Mello United Nations Library at Nairobi is a joint initiative of the United Nations agencies based in Nairobi
  • New York (UNHQ)
    The Dag Hammarskjöld Library is the UN Headquarters library
  • Santiago (ECLAC)
    Library of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Vienna (UNOV)
    The Library belongs to the global network of United Nations Libraries and, at the Vienna International Centre, works closely with two other libraries: the International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Library and the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) Library
  • Tokyo (UNU)
    Library services at the United Nations University
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