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Manchester International Law Centre

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Oxford International Organizations

In conjunction with Oxford University Press, we are creating a database of annotated materials regarding the law of international organisations.

Oxford International Organizations (OXIO) will be a unique repository for acts and practices of international organisations which are of central importance to enquiries into international law, including institutional law.

Too often these acts either languish in obscurity or remain unpublished. In creating OXIO, MILC hopes to facilitate both professionals and academics’ access to a wide range of new primary materials as well concise scholarly analysis about the abundant practice of international organisations. Our aim is to launch OXIO by the end of 2016 with the ambition that it eventually becomes the largest Oxford University Press database on international law.

We are continuously recruiting experts in the law of international organisations to contribute to the database.

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