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International and Foreign Government Information

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Scope of Collection
The UC Berkeley libraries participate in selective and full depository programs, exchange agreements, and purchasing plans to build its foreign and international government documents collections. The collections serve the entire campus community, the general public, and non-campus users.

UC Berkeley collects Foreign and International Government Documents and Publications in the following subjects areas:

Exclusions: Law; gazettes; applied technology; state, provincial, and municipal documents; educational curricular material

Special Collections
Materials on the founding of the United Nations at the San Francisco conference, including the original edition of the charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice (UC Press).

Primary Languages and Formats
Primarily English and French, but many others, including but not limited to Western/Eastern European languages, and languages from South and Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Related Collections
Government information is multidisciplinary and housed in library collections across campus, including but not limited to Biosciences, Education/Psychology, Public Health, Library Data Lab, and Law.

For information about research tools, library guides, and related pages, see International & Foreign Documents Collections at UC Berkeley.

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