LECTURE- Prisoner Women in Azerbaijan, CRRC-Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 3, 2007
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Caucasus Research Resource Center (CRRC)–Azerbaijan, a Program of the
Eurasia Foundation invites is pleased to invite you to the
presentation of findings of CRRC Research Fellowship project "The Role
of Ethics and Current Attitudes towards Prisoner Women in Azerbaijan:
Society and Family Context", conducted by Prof. Dr. Fuad Mammadov,
CRRC Research Fellow 2006, professor at the Academy of Public
Administration under the President of Azerbaijan Republic.
The format of the training is: The presentation will be conducted in
Azerbaijani. Questions can be delivered both in Azerbaijani and Russian.
Overview: This presentation will discuss research results of the
research project conducted under CRRC auspices, which aimed to study
the relationship of prisoner women with their families in Azerbaijan
and evaluate the attitudes and norms existing in the society towards them.
The presentation will cover the problems of prisoner women, current
available opportunities in our society for them, new suggestions to
solve their problems and stimulate the improvement of their situation.
The level of necessary conditions to return prisoner women to normal
life after their release will be brought up for analysis.
Dr. Fuad Mammadov is currently a professor at The Academy of Public
Administration under the President of Azerbaijan Republic. He is the
President of "SIMURG" Association of Culture of Azerbaijan and a
chairman of the International Forum "The Culture of Civil Society".
Prof. Mammadov is the author of more than 150 works on history and
theory of culture and science, including monographs, books, manuals
and collections, such as "Cultural science" (2002), "Assistance to
formation of a new cultural policy in Azerbaijan" (2001), "Culture of
Norway in a context of a world civilization" (2000), "What is the
culture of Peace?" (2002) and others. Since 2003 up to now he is the
representative of World Association of Nongovernmental Organizations
(WANGO) in Azerbaijan. Dr. Mammadov gave speeches and presented his
works for various audiences in Russia, Germany, Romania, Georgia,
Greece, Egypt, Turkey, Costa Rica, Norway, United States, Thailand,
Korea, and France.
Time and place of event: Saturday, November 3, 2007, 10:00 – 11:00 at
Western University, Istiqlaliyyat str., 27, 1st floor. Baku,
Azerbaijan. Please RSVP by November 2, 2007, 4 pm by writing to Ms.
Rena Rzayeva at email@example.com, mentioning your affiliation and interests.
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