Databases for further research
The e-library provides photos, videos, facts & figures, and publications in the field of migration and home affairs. Documents can be searched by keywords, policy or document type.
The document search is useful when the document number or the publication date is already known. Alternatively, a full text search can be used.
This register gives access to all kinds of documents published by the European Council and the Council of the European Union.
The statewatch database is searchable by keywords for all European topics. The advanced search limits the search to specific states or categories.
In the archive, statewatch collects over 7,000 documents in the field of Justice and Home Affairs from 1976 to 2000. Furthermore, the JHA agenda and the legislative observatory contain the most recent documents on various issues.
The eucrim-database provides laws, bills, initiatives, and reports related to European criminal law and criminal procedure. The documents are classified by topic, type, and source.
This EUR-Lex website contains summaries on EU legislation on the EU's area of freedom, security and justice.
Pre-lex can be searched for legislative procedures, and it provides recently published legislation documents.
Reports / Studies:
This database contains the research papers produced by the European Parliament's various research services, in particular studies, in-depth analyses and briefings produced by policy departments, the Economic Governance Support Unit and the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value.
The European Parliament Think Tank gives access to policy documents, classified by policy area, author, keyword, or date.
The European Union Open Data Portal provides over 8,000 datasets that can be browsed by keywords or subjects.
EU Portal for various studies and academic reports by the Commission and the European University Institute
In this database, one can search for projects conducted by EU member states in the field of security. Other subjects are available.
As an official EU body, the mission of the JRC Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (JRC-IPSC) is to enhance safety and stability of the European society. The Institute publishes various reports and studies in this area (linked keyword security, see other tags on external website).