Since 1971, throughout its long experience in the field of labour and workers' rights, Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini has been committed to creating a document collection, now preserved in the library of the Rome office and included in the National Library Service (SBN).
The extensive documentation and study materials are available to the public. The library has about 6000 Italian books, 350 newspapers (mainly trade-union and economic), 5000 company agreements (since 1967 to date) mostly in the industrial sector, the Brodolini Archive, publications relating to Fondazione Brodolini’s activities on behalf of the European Commission, a collection of American and British works of great scientific and historic interest (among others, the American Economic Review and European Journal of Political Economy).
The library is located at the Rome office of Fondazione Brodolini located in Rome, Via Solferino 32. It is open to the public and can be consulted upon appointment by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.