The entire archival repository of UNIC New Delhi's library holdings has been transferred to the Indian Society of International Law Library (ISIL) located at 9, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi. Situated opposite the Supreme Court of India, the Mandi House Metro Station is its closest metro point. ISIL Library is open to all those interested in consulting print versions of UN Official Records and flagship publications/reports of the UN and its agencies, including the specialized agencies.
To make library services accessible to audiences across India, UNIC has initiated a digital library which will serve as repository of UN E-Resources in digital formats including audio/video and photos, produced locally by agencies in India as well as other major UN publications/reports etc. produced globally, with a single-window search/downloading facility.
The Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) of the UN India Digital Library is available at (URL), which not only provides bibliographic information, but also provides full text downloading facility for UN publication and reports. In addition, through links to the Dag Hammarskjold Library (DHL), UNiLibrary and UN Digital Library, users can comprehensively access global UN E-Resources.
The Library has two dedicated terminals for accessing material. Any visitor can engage with the UN India Digital Library facility at UN House, 55 Lodi Estate, New Delhi, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, on all working days. Visitors to the Library will be required to bring a valid photo identity to enter the UN House.