The OSCE has developed a number of specialised databases that can be accessed through the links on the right and below:
Legislationline is a legislative database published and maintained by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR). Its purpose is to assist lawmakers in OSCE participating States by providing them with sample domestic legislation and international standards on selected human dimension issues. The database was designed as a tool for lawmakers, not as an archive of domestic or international legislation.
POLIS (the OSCE Policing OnLine Information System) is a comprehensive, multi-lingual resource that consolidates all aspects of law enforcement activities within the OSCE area, including police assistance, training techniques and funding opportunities. Its objective is to make this vast storehouse of information available to interested parties and to create a virtual community of policing experts. POLIS was created and is maintained by the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit
TANDIS (the OSCE Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Information System) was created and is maintained by the ODIHR. It stores and facilitates the retrieval of tolerance and non-discrimination information received from OSCE participating States as well as from partner organizations.
The Election Experts Database, developed by the ODIHR, allows experts who have extensive election observation expertise and/or other relevant experience, and who are willing to accept assignments with ODIHR election observation missions, to register online.
The Conference Registration Service, developed by the ODIHR, allows participants to register their details online for ODIHR conferences.