Research for Social Justice
Exactly one year ago, we launched GOALI to provide developing countries with access to academic legal content and training. For the first anniversary, we asked our users why legal information is important for them and how we can improve the portal. More
1,400 librarians, researchers and students from 10 countries have learnt how to access and search digital scientific and academic information provided by Research4Life partners in the framework of a new activity of the UN’s Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries.More
The ILO is proud to support Research4Life commitment to free or low cost access and training through 2025
Over 85,000 resources available to researchers, doctors, NGOs and policymakers to boost evidence based research, healthcare, policymaking and global justice until 2025.More
Research for Global Justice
Researchers, law students, policymakers, judges and legal experts in low- and middle-income countries can now get free or low-cost online access to legal information and training from the world’s leading academic publishers.
What is available?
- Academic and professional peer-reviewed journals, publications and databases in selected subject areas of law from the world's leading academic publishers.
Who can access GOALI?
- Researchers, students, librarians, policymakers, judges, legal experts through their institutions in 115 low- and middle-income countries.
- All institutions registered for any of the Research4Life programmes can access all of the programmes' portals, including GOALI.
Registration for GOALI is open
- Governmental, research and not-for-profit institutions from eligible countries are encouraged to register for GOALI on the Research4Life website. How to register?
PartnersGOALI is a public-private partnership of the International Labour Organization (ILO) as a UN agency, together with Brill Nijhoff, the International Training Centre of the ILO and academic partners Cornell Law School Library and the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School.
GOALI is one of the five programmes that make up Research4Life.
How Research4Life contributes to equity of access to information?
Watch a panel discussion held at the conference "OpenCon 2018: Access for all? Equity of access to information, social inclusion, and the UN 2030 Agenda" in the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library. Speakers are Heads of Libraries from WHO, FAO and ILO.
Research4Life Stories of Change
How Information Access is Changing the Biggest Academic Library in MyanmarVoices from Research4Life users