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The European Documentation Centre

The European Documentation Centre is part of the EUI Library since 1976 and is open to EUI researchers as well as to external users. It was conceived by the European Commission as one of the legal repositories across Europe of EU institutional publications and official documents. Its well-regarded collection ranges from official EU publications and […]

European History Primary Sources reviewed in H-europe, a blog about European Historiography

In October last, when teaching a course on alternative narratives for the history of Europe available in heritage and cultural institutions (Libraries, Archives, Museums, Galleries) and, also, in EU institution themselves, I explained goals and purposes of the EUI Library and Department of History and Civilization digital project for accessing Open Access primary sources for the History […]

Report on access to law

The European Commission has issued a Report on Access to Law (2015/C 97/03 of 24.3.2015). This report gives an extensive description of  tools and platforms that have been developed to facilitate and extend access to law for citizens,   at Member State and EU level. The central database for EU law is EUR-Lex. The report discusses translations, EU […]

European policies explained

If you want to know more about the intentions of the Juncker Commission in the different policy fields, or simply want to know what other colleagues have achieved in their respective areas, you may want to have a look at ‘The European Union explained’ series. Targeting the general public, it sets out in simple terms […]