Constitute is a recently developed research tool designed to facilitate research into and comparison of the world’s constitutions. Coverage includes most independent states. Content may be searched by topic as well as by country.
An alphabetical listing of the nations of the world with links to their constitutions, charters and other related documents is provided here by the University of Richmond School of Law.
This blog on constitutional reform in the UK is produced by the Constitution Unit, which is part of the Department of Political Science at University College London. Coverage is from January 2011 onwards.
The Constitution Unit at University College London was founded in 1995 to undertake research and planning on constitutional reform in the UK. Publications on the site include research reports on devolution and other aspects of the UK’s constitutional reform programme, and a regular newsletter Monitor (including all issues from no.1, September 1997). There is also a link to the unit’s separate Constitution Unit Blog site.
The United Kingdom Constitutional Law Association is the UK’s national body of constitutional law scholars affiliated to the International Association of Constitutional Law. Content on its web site includes a blog, November 2010 onwards.
The Venice Commission is an advisory body of the Council of Europe, composed of independent experts in the field of constitutional law. Its official name is the European Commission for Democracy through Law. Content on its web site includes a Bulletin on Constitutional Case-Law, published three times a year and containing summaries of important decisions 2004 onwards, and the CODICES database, which contains not only summaries as published in the Bulletin but also some 5,000 texts of decisions in full, constitutions, and descriptions of many courts and the laws governing them.