The “Other Resources” page provides an overview of useful space security tools. By clicking on the links provided, you will be visiting external sources. UNIDIR is neither responsible for the content provided by the external platforms listed below, nor should the inclusion of a resource on this page be interpreted as an endorsement of the views expressed by the respective hosting institutions. To suggest the inclusion of an additional resource, use the Space Security Portal Contact Form.
The Secure World Foundation Resource Library is a repository of documents and publications related to outer space. The library houses a variety of publications by Secure World Foundation staff organized under topics ranging from Human and Environmental Security to Multilateral Discussions on Space.
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs maintains a national space law index. The collection consists of laws and regulations, relating to the exploration and use of outer space, and is based on submissions made by States.
The UNODA resource page on outer space outlines the existing legal framework on outer space. Additionally the resource page provides information on contemporary UN processes relevant to outer space such as the Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG) and the Group of Governmental Experts (GGE), including links to repositories of all the relevant documents that are available pertaining to those processes.
Reaching Critical Will is the disarmament programme of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). They house a document repository of official statements and resolutions pertaining to disarmament, including in relation to outer space.