The Library Holdings

The Library holds a variety of resources in the following specialized fields:

First: Development, in its different branches, such as: Community and sustainable development, development theories, economic development, development and conflict, relationship of development with other sectors such as women, youths, children, labor market, methodologies of scientific research, quantitative and qualitative research.

Second: Public and community health in its different branches: Health in general and development, primary healthcare, classical disease sciences, population studies, managing health systems, health economies, child health, women health, and psychological health.

Third: International Studies in its different branches and interests, such as: International relations, international economies, theories of international relations, comparative foreign policies, international law, international institutions, diplomatic relations, and others.

Fourth: democracy and human rights, theories of democracy, the political and electoral systems and regulations, international treaties and conventions on human rights.