Jus Mundi’s research tools to be provided for free in over 80 lower and middle-income countries via Research4Life
Through the Research4Life platform, scholars in national libraries, government offices, law schools, research institutes, and NGOs are now able to access the core search-engine filters and advanced AI-driven tools of Jus Mundi. This resource is available for 80 Research4Life Group A countries, areas and territories listed here.
Speaking of the partnership, Jean-Rémi de Maistre, CEO of Jus Mundi, stated:
“Inequality in education globally means that access to international legal materials has been unfairly denied to those who arguably need it the most.
Jus Mundi is aiming to make international law and arbitration materials available to anyone on the planet with an internet connection. We are extremely proud to be part of Research4Life and look forward to this wonderful opportunity to contribute to the public good and support the global Rule of Law.”
Dr. Gracian Chimwaza, as Chair of the Research4Life Executive Council, added:
“We welcome Jus Mundi extending access to its resources for researchers in the area of arbitration. Our mission at Research4Life is to increase participation of researchers from lower income countries in the global research community, and collaborations such as this one represent a major step forward.”
Research4Life is a partnership of five UN agencies, WHO, FAO, UNEP, WIPO, ILO, Cornell and Yale Universities, the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers and up to 200 international publishers. Research4Life‘s mission is to build an inclusive, diverse and equitable scholarly communications environment by delivering free or low-cost access and user-focused training and resources to researchers in lower income countries.
About Jus Mundi
Jus Mundi is the world’s most comprehensive public-facing database for international law and arbitration, with a mission to spread the global Rule of Law to anyone on the planet. The platform offers an AI-driven comprehensive, multilingual, and user-friendly search engine for research in international law.
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