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The European Communities: a guide to the literature and an indication of sources of information. The European Communities (EC), sometimes referred to as the European Community, were three international organizations that were governed by the same set of were the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (EEC); the last of which was renamed the European Community . European Union Information Research Guide. The European Documentation Centre provides information and expertise about the institutions, activities and policies of the European Union by way of helping researchers access EU documents and publications, databases and registers, archives, websites, news and reference sources. What purpose does the EU serve? Why and how was it set up? How does it work? What has it already achieved for its citizens, and what new challenges does it face today? Find the answers to these – and many more - questions thanks to 12 easy lessons prepared by EU expert Pascal Fontaine.
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This guide provides legal research information for the Council of Europe (COE), its major human rights treaty (the European Convention on Human Rights), and its main judicial body (European Court of Human Rights). This research guide does not cover the European Union or the European Communities. The predicted migration of labour (European Commission, ) Reference list: European Commission. (). Making globalisation profitable. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. ECLAS is the catalog of the European Commission Libraries, which has citations to materials on the European Union and European integration. Citations are to books and journal articles from a broad range of sources, so it covers much more than EU publications. It also contains links to EU documents online. Finding the Correct Citation. Your first step in cite checking a treaty or other international agreement is to find the correct citation. The Bluebook specifies a hierarchy of preferred sources for checking the text of the agreements to which the U.S. is a party and by first finding a citation you can identify the sources you need to consult without having to work your way through the entire.