EU Databases

For the users of European Documentation Centre, we provide free access to the databases of the European Union online.   

Most important sources and free access databases: 

 

Name Type
CORDIS The Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS) is the European Commission's primary source of results from the projects funded by the EU's framework programmes for research and innovation (FP1 to Horizon 2020).
CURIA Full text of cases, judgments, opinions, motions and orders discussed by Court of Justice of the European Union since 1953, Court of First Instance since 1989, and the Civil Service Tribunal since 2005.
EUR-LEX Access to EU law with full text access, in 24 languages.
EURES European Job mobility portal.
Eurobarometer Consists of the surveys carried out by the European Commission.  
EUROSTAT Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its mission is to provide high quality statistics for Europe. 
Find-eR Provides access to the European Commission’s libraries' subscribed resources. 
IATE EU terminology database.
N-LEX N-Lex provides a single-entry point to the national law databases on individual EU countries.
OEIL European Parliament's database for monitoring the EU decision-making process.
Pre-Lex It follows the life cycle of a legislative proposal from the moment it is launched until the final law is adopted.
SCADPLUS It contains the Summaries of EU legislation that inform on the main aspects of the European legislation, policies and activities in a clear, easy-to-read and concise way. These Summaries are intended for a general, non-specialized audience and cover 32 topics corresponding to the activities of the European Union.
TED TED (Tenders Electronic Daily) is the online version of the 'Supplement to the Official Journal' of the EU, dedicated to European public procurement.
Who’s Who Official directory of the European Union.

 

Updated: 2019.07.31.