EU E-documents

The EU emphasizes full text access and urges to increase the use of e-documents. The most important sources:

 

Title Type
The State of the Union: Annual State of the EU address by President Juncker at the European Parliament Every year in September, the President of the European Commission delivers his State of the Union Address before the European Parliament, taking stock of achievements of the past year and presenting priorities for the year ahead.
EUBookshop Publications office of the EU, which is an online library of publications from the institutions and other bodies of the European Union. It provides full text access in 24 official language of the EU. 
Europeana

At Europeana, there are thousands of European archives, libraries and museums to share cultural heritage for enjoyment, education and research.
Europeana Collections provides access to over 50 million digitized items, such as books, music, and artworks.

European Union Foreign Affairs Journal LIBERTAS – Europäisches Institut GmbH (European Institute) is a „think-tank” involved mostly with European and international questions on economic, legal and policy science questions which are treated from an interdisciplinary point of view. LIBERTAS was founded in October 1992 as legal successor to the LIBERTAS Publishing Company, which has been active in the market since 1976.

 

Updated: 2019.07.31.