Other Sources of Information
There are a number of informative European Union sites on the Internet. Listed below is just a sample of what can be found.
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The web pages of NGOs and personal blogs are excellent starting points for research in your area of interest. They offer access to reports, statistics, and additional links to information points. Here are some useful access points to web pages.
Delegation of the European Union to the USA
European Commission - Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS)
European Commission - Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion
European E-Justice Portal
European Group on Tort Law
EuroVoc, The EU's Multilingual Thesaurus
N-Lex: A Common Gateway to National Law
Secondary Legislation, the EU Legislative Process and Case Law (Duncan Alford, Princeton University)