An intergovernmental organization is an organization comprised of member states or other intergovernmental organizations. Intergovernmental organizations are established by treaty that acts as a charter
creating the group. Links to some of the more well known IGOs are below:
Labordoc contains references to a wide range of print and electronic publications, including journal articles, from countries around the world, on all aspects of work and sustainable livelihoods, and the work-related aspects of economic and social development and human rights. Labordoc provides an ever increasing number of links to online publications available on the Internet.
The IFS is published monthly by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and contains some 32,000 economic and financial time series covering more than 200 countries. Annual data generally begin in 1948, with quarterlies and monthlies beginning in 1957.
Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)
Full-text database containing selected documents distributed by the World Trade Organization (WTO) since January 1994. Documents are browseable for the past 30 days, and searchable and downloadable as MS Word documents from 1994.
The Library buys some publications from intergovernmental organizations. They are shelved by subject matter using Library of Congress call numbers with the rest of the general collections. Search by Author with the IGO's name or by keyword.
Formerly ISN. A one-stop information service in the fields of international relations and security. Among the services offered are: an annotated links library, a limited area search tool (ISN LASE), and a selection of resources on current world affairs.
1915-present. Lists print and electronic articles, books, and government publications on issues of public policy, including politics, government, economy, marine policy, and law. Global, multilingual scope.