The United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law (AVL) is a unique online multimedia resource, which provides high quality international law training and research materials free of charge and can be accessed in the vicinity of any home at: https://legal.un.org/avl/.

The AVL has over 600 lectures on virtually every subject of international law available in the Lecture Series pillar, which have been recently complemented by a series of introductory lectures on core topics of international law as a part of the latest Mini-Series project. The Historic Archives contains over 100 legal instruments with introductory notes prepared by internationally recognized experts, audiovisual materials displaying the history of the negotiation and adoption of significant legal instruments, the procedural history as well as the text of the legal instruments and other key documents. The Research Library contains links to scholarly writings and other international law-related resources of interest to the researcher and practitioner alike.

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