Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
|Address:||P.O. Box 76 CH-1211 Geneva 21
Voie Creuse 16, CH 1202 Geneva
|Chief Librarian/Director:||Yves Corpataux|
|African Specialist:||- -, -|
|Telephone:||+41 22 908 58 88|
|Description of Library:||The Library specialises in international relations and development in an interdisciplinary manner (law, history, political science, social sciences, economics, etc.).
Domains covered are international law and international organisations, international security, peace and conflict prevention, development economics and development aid, human rights, international migrations, international commercial relations and WTO, gender studies and applied sciences in developing countries (agronomy, public health and environment).
Africa is an integral part of its collections, which are all on open access
Built Environment or Planning
Economic and/or Social History
Economics and Econometrics
Politics and International Studies
Sociology and Demography
Central African Republic
|Collection Start:||Since 1961 when the library of the former Graduate Institute in Development Studies was founded.
A certain amount of material published earlier is available.
|Access and opening hours:||Situated closed to the international organisations in Geneva, the Library is open to all persons interested in international relations and/or development.
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 10 pm / Saturday, 9 am – 7 pm. Further information is on the Library website
|Publications and databases on African collections produced by the Library:||None|
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