Located on Level 5 of the Museum, the Reference Centre provides a space for you to read, study and rest. The space features three public computer workstations, study carrels, spacious work tables, and comfortable seating. We have a variety of tools and software available that provide several accessibility options for you to use when making use of our resources.
Our library collection includes more than 5,000 books on a variety of topics, primarily focused on human rights. If you would like to borrow one of our resources, in most cases we will be able to help you do this through an interlibrary loan service. We also provide access to over 4,000 online journals, which can be accessed via the Reference Centre’s computer workstations or your own device.
Online resource guides
We have also begun developing online resource guides, which provide links to books, magazine articles, journals, newspapers, and more on specific human rights related subjects. Our first resource guide focuses on the Rohingya people, and supports our new exhibition Time to Act: Rohingya Voices.