Part IV of the AGLC deals with international materials including treaties, United Nations materials, materials of international courts and tribunals, and international economic materials.
The full AGLC4 rule for treaties can be found at 8 on page 133. Treaties are cited differently depending on whether they are multilateral (with three or more parties) or bilateral (with two parties). The example below deals with citing a multilateral treaty.
|Treaty Title||Date opened for signature or signed||Treaty Series information||Date of entry into force||Pinpoint|
|Convention on the Rights of the Child,||opened for signature 20 November 1989,||1577 UNTS 3||(entered into force 2 September 1990)||Art 22.|
The full AGLC4 rule for United Nations materials can be found at 9.1 on page 142. The citation will vary depending on whether the item you are citing is a constitutive document (like the UN Charter), an official document, an official record, a resolution or a yearbook entry.
Please read the rule carefully and consider looking at rule 9.6 on page 158 deals which deals with commonly cited documents for more guidance. If you still need help, contact your Librarian.