This guide is a portal to Yale's government information collections and related research tools.
The resources below can help you find and contextualize EU information and publications.
- European Parliament
- European Parliament - Register of Documents
The European Parliament’s Register of Documents has references to documents produced or received by the European Parliament since 3 December 2001.
Provides access to EU law and public documents. Collections include treaties, legislation in force, case law, and more.
- Official Journal of the European Union (1952-present)
The authoritative source of EU law, The Official Journal of the European Union (OJ) is the only periodical published every working day in all official languages of the EU.
- Council of the European Union
Also informally known as the EU Council, this is where national ministers from each EU country meet to adopt laws and coordinate policies.
- European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
The EESC is an EU consultative body comprised of representatives of Europe's employers' organizations, trade unions, consumer groups, professional associations, etc. This site includes the EESC's publications (back to 2004), documents (back to 2001), and published opinions (since 1990).
- EU Treaties
Consolidated texts of European Union treaties, including Treaty on European Union, Treaty of Nice, Treaty of Amsterdam, and Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe
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