|Type||Name and link|
|United Nations Bodies|
|Regional Organisations||Council of Europe - European Court of Human Rights|
|Commonwealth Government||Commonwealth Parliamentary Proceedings (Hansard)|
|New South Wales Government|
|Independent Statutory Organisations|
|Civil Society Organisations||
AidWatch an independent membership-based watchdog on aid, trade and debt, working with communities in the Global south
Human Rights Law Library - Austlii
NSW Young Lawyers Human Rights Committee - The Law Society of NSW
Australian Human Rights Centre - University of NSW
|European Union resources||EUR-Lex - European Union law and related documents|
Created by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), SHERLOC is a free knowledge portal containing legal resources regarding organized crime and terrorism. In addition, SHERLOC also contains a legislative guide for implementation of the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.
The SHERLOC knowledge portal contains:
Each of these databases includes materials concerning 15 crime types:
|Money Laundering||Drug offences||Falsified medical product-related crime|
|Obstruction of justice||Participation in an organized criminal group||Piracy and maritime crime|
|Smuggling of migrants||Terrorism||Trafficking in cultural property|
|Trafficking in firearms||Trafficking in persons||Wildlife, forestry and fisheries crime|
Law Reform Commissions conduct inquiries into different areas of law with the purpose of improving the legal system and justice mechanisms. Recommendations made by Law Reform Commissions are often implemented by Government, so the documents they produce can be valuable sources of information regarding legislative change.
The AustLII Law Reform Library is a good starting point when searching for Law Reform materials.
Access national and state websites below: