The library is closed from Friday, December 22, until Tuesday, January 2.
The German Institute for Human Rights houses a human rights library open to the public. The library offers print and electronic media, including reference books and the most important journals on international and European human rights policy and protection. It also contains extensive holdings on current research related to human rights.
We provide three computers for personal use and Internet access, including access to licensed e-journals and databases. Free wireless Internet service (Wi-Fi) for personal notebooks is also available.
Further information on our library profile: about us
You can visit the library without prior notice from Monday to Friday 10:00 to 17:00. Books may only be borrowed over the weekend (Friday to Monday). Photocopying is EUR 0.05 per copy.
Library staff will be happy to assist users with accessing library materials and online resources.
The library is accessible for wheelchair users. In addition, we offer a workplace for blind and visually impaired readers.
We also offer easy-to-read publications: Easy-to-read materials (PDF, 283 KB, not barrier-free)