RefworldWhen you access Case Law page, you can narrow results by choosing “publisher” (which is list of courts or jurisdictions) or by “country” of asylum. If I want to see asylum cases from the High Court of Australia, I click Publisher tab and then the court.I can narrow my search. If I want Australian case involving Afghan claimants only, I click the Country tab…and select Afghanistan.Similarly, I can browse all the IACHR cases or I can narrow that down to IACHR involving Peru.
Oxford Reports on International LawInternational Courts of General JurisdictionInternational Court of Justice Permanent Court of International JusticePermanent Court of ArbitrationInternational Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. International Criminal LawInternational Human Rights LawInternational Law in Domestic Courts
OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights
Only search engine for human rightsSearches 3000 web sitesSearch by language, organization, countryUse this search engine to:investigate human rights situation in countriessearch information on an issuesearch content of a human rights web site
Researching Human Trafficking Law and Policy Margaret Clark FSU Law Reference Librarian
First things first…. Off Campus Access http://guides.law.fsu.edu/humantrafficking
Final Words Give yourself plenty of time. ILL process may take a week or more Use the research guide. Keep a journal of what you’ve searched and where. Lots on the Web but NOT EVERYTHING. Please ASK for help from Librarians!
“There are many paths to enlightenment” Lao Tzu