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  1. 2.14 Education outcomes. World Development Indicators, 2001, C. 4
  2. 2.17 Reproductive health. World Development Indicators, 2001, C. 4
  3. A social assessment. Family, gender & identify: Influences & Opportunities for children in Honduras. Gender Analysis for the Honduras Interactive Environmental hearting & science Promotion project - PROFUTURO October 1999 by Hector Lindo - Fientes & Tania Salem. Gender preparation report series N 1 LCS96 Gender team 21828Washington DC, The World Bank 1999, C. 32
  4. A strategic analysis of movement. U.S. Tobacco Control Advocacy. Rising, March, 1999, C. 4
  5. A World Bank initiative of Gender and ITC for Development Gender and ITC. The Study. Task Managers. Contract. Related Links, C. 2
  6. Achieving E. Tonality, C. 8
  7. Advancing Gender equality: World Bank action since beginning (February 2000, 20560)Washington, The World Bank, 2000, C. 35
  8. Advocacy institute. The elements of a. Successful Public interest Advocacy Campaign. Prepared by: he Advocacy institute. Washington DC, 20036, C. 45
  9. An international assessment of health countries / Ed. By.: David W. Dinlop., Jo. M. Martins(EDI Seminar series. Economic Development Institute of the World Bank N 1995) Washington DC, The World Bank,1995, C. 94
  10. Annual Report. Community program to stimulate the develop content and use of European digital content on the global networks and to promote the linguistic diversity in the information society. Work program 2001-2002(European Commission), C. 30
  11. Are women really the " fairer " sex : corruption and women in government(Policy research report on gender and development working paper series ; no. 4 -20776)The World Bank, Development Research Group / poverty reduction and economic management Network, October, 1999, C. 12
  12. Assistance Strategies and the environment July 2001(The World Bank environment department paper N 81 Toward environmentally and socially sustainable development. Environmental economics series) 22746. Washington DC, The World Bank 2001, C. 64
  13. Azerbaijan - education reform ECA. Education AZ PE 57959. Government of Azerbaijan. - May 20, 1999(Report N PID 7141), C. 4
  14. Azerbaijan - pension and Social assistance project Europe and Central Asia Region Social Fonda & Social Assistance; Pensions & Social insurance AZPE. 49892. Goal of Azerbaijan - Projected Board Date, March, 2001(Report N PID 9056), C. 7
  15. Azerbaijan - Poverty assessment (in two volumes). Vol. II Annexes. February 24, 1997. Human Resources Division Country Department Europe & Central Asia Region (Report N 15601 Az)Washington, D.C. The World Bank, 1997, C. 99
  16. Azerbaijan Health reform. Europe and Central Asia Region. Other Population Health nutrition. AZPE 69293 Government of Azerbaijan. June 6 2001(Report N PID 9643), C.
  17. Azerbaijan poverty assessment (in two volumes). Volume 1: Main Report February 24, 1997. Human Resources Division Country Department III Europe & Central Az. a Region -Document The World Bank, C. 54
  18. Brazil - Gender review: issues and recommendations. January 23, 2002(Report N 23442 -BR) Document of the World Bank,2002, C. 50
  19. Brazil - Maternal and child health. February 26, 2002. Brazil Country Management Unit. Human Development Sector Management Unit Latin America and the Caribbean Region (Report N 23811 BR) Washington, D.C. The World Bank,2002, C. 88
  20. Building Civil Society: Strengthening Business. - NGO. Relations in Azerbaijan October 2001. ISAR - Azerbaijan Jessica Brinkman and Palooka Santiago.(The William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan Business School). Adorn, C. 36
  21. Bulletin. The league of women. Voters of Dane country, inc., March, 2001, C. 17
  22. Change Exchange. Issue #2,1998, C. 25
  23. Changes in girl's lives: Malawi from 1990 to 1997. Wolf S., Kainja K 22980Washington DC, The World Bank November 1999, C. 29
  24. Children's work and schooling: Does gender matter? Evidence from the Peru LSMS. Panel Data. (Policy research Working Paper WPS 2745)Washington DC, The World Bank December 2001, C. 37
  25. Commission on sustainable development acting as the preparatory committee for the World Summit on sustainable development. Organizational session30 April - 2 May 2001,2001, C. 68
  26. Community programs and women's participation. The Chinese Experience. Coady D., Daix, Wang L. - The World Bank, East Asia and Pacific and Economic Management Sector Unit, June 2001(Policy research Working Paper 2622), C. 37
  27. Community Vocational FR in Action Program - Second Phase: 2000-2006. Final version. General Guide for project prompters. Revised version. 2002-2006. European Commission, C. 34
  28. Compendium of project and Programmers on Gender and ICTs. Task Manager: ITU(Inter Agency Network on Women and Gender Equality)New York,2002, C. 38
  29. Consumption Expenditure and female poverty: A Review of the evidence. - North Carolina (Policy research report of gender and development working paper series N 11 (20783). The World Bank, April 2000, C. 71
  30. Development Bank. Transparency: issues and opportunities for 2002-2003. Promoting the public's right to know. (Transparency briefing BIC) Washington DC, Bank Information Center, C. 4
  31. Development levels and environs mental impact. Chapter 3, C. 10,
  32. Directory of Governmental organizations in Azerbaijan. January, 2002(Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation), C. 32
  33. Does Gender Inequality Reduce Growth and Development? Evidence from Cross Country Regressions(Policy research report on Gender and Development Working Paper series N 7 (20779) Klasen S.Washington DC, The World Bank, November 1999, C. 36
  34. ECOSOC Resolution 2001/4. Proposals for a multi-year program of work for the commission on the status of women for 2002-2006,2001. - 24 July, C. 2
  35. Effects of child care prices on women's labor force. Participation in Russia.(Policy research report of gender and development working paper series N 10 (20782)The World Bank, Development research Group) Poverty and reduction and Economic Management Network: April 2000, C. 13
  36. Empowering Women Through the Internet: Dutch Women Unite. Karen Drast, C. 7
  37. Enduring Development Though Gender Equality in rights, resources and voice - Oxford University Press. (A World Bank Policy Research Report 21776)The World Bank, Summary 2001, C. 125
  38. Engendering net policy Guidelines for action Practical skills and information to ensure the full participation of women in the information and communication Technology arena, C. 28
  39. Ethnic Diversity in Britain,1999, C. 36
  40. Evaluating Gender and development at the World bank - Precis. (OED 23012). World Bank operations evaluation department, Autumn 2000, C. 6
  41. Feeding the World sustaining the Earth. The critical importance of population issues. 2001 sir John Crauford Memorial lecture October 31. CGIAR Annual General Meeting( 24029 December 2001)Washington DC, published by the CGIAR Secretariat, December 2001, C. 22
  42. Footprimt and milestones: Population and Environment Change UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund,2001, C. 41
  43. From natural resources to the knowledge economy - trade and job quality. (World Bank Latin American and Caribbean studies -23440. Ferranti D., Perry G., Lederman D., Maloney W.)Washington DC, The World Bank,2000, C. 100
  44. From the Global digits divide to the Global digital opportunity Proposal Submitted to the c-8. Kynshu - Okinava summit(World economic Forum)Tokyo, Japan. 19 July, 2000, C. 35
  45. Gender and Computerization. L 597: Topics in Library and Information Science. Gender and computerization, 2001, C. 8
  46. Gender and diversity in the CGIAR: A new baseline. Joshi S., Wilde V., Mastors. Working paper 25, October 200021143, C. 32.
  47. Gender and Growth: Africa's missed potential(Human Development Macroeconomics. 197-23360)The World Bank, December 2001, C.
  48. Gender and the Allocation of Adult Time. Evidence from the Peru(Policy research working paper Wps 2744)SMS Pauel Data. Hadoem, Ilam. - The World Bank Latin America and the Caribbean Region. Gender sector Unit December 2001, C. 36
  49. Gender Development. Through Gender Equality in Rights, Resources and voice Summary(A World Bank Policy Research Report 21492)Washington DC, The World Bank, October 2000, C. 33
  50. Gender differences in Education in Mexico. Wendy S.P., The World Bank, august 2000, C. 44
  51. Gender digital divide: What can be done? C. 3
  52. Gender dimensions of pension reform in the former Soviet Union.(Policy research Working Paper 2546). Castel P., Fox L The World Bank, Gender Boerd and Human Development Network Social Protection team and Europe and Central Asia region poverty reduction and economic management sector unit, February 2001, C. 32
  53. Gender in equality, income and growth. Are good times good for women? - The World Bank, May 1999. (Policy Research report of Gender and development working paper series N 1 20771), C. 40
  54. Gender Information Technology and Developing Countries. An Analytic, Study by Nancy Nafrin and Nanacy Faggart. Academy for education development (AED) Fourth office of women in Development Burean for Global programs, Field Support and Research. United States Agency for International Development June 2001, C.
  55. Gender issue in the world of work. Gender Training package. Gender training for ILO staff and constituents for the promotion of equality for women workerGeneva,1995, C.
  56. Gender review of ITC Project Louse Chamberlain, Evaluation Specialist info Dev program, World Bank Background,2002, July 29, C. 2
  57. Gender, poverty and confirm employment in Guava and Uganda(Policy research Working Paper 2367). Newman C., Canagarajah S The World Bank, Development Research Group Rural Development and Human Development Network Social Protection team June 2000, C. 45
  58. Georgia - Poverty update. January 10, 2002(Report N 22350 -GE) Document of the World Bank,2002, C. 68
  59. Getting Access in information from the World Bank. The fundamentals, (Tooling for actionists BIC. Issue 1. )Washington DC, Bank Information Center , C. 12
  60. Girls and Technology. Gender Equity in the New Millennium from the May 2002 issue of the classroom Connect Newsletter, Volume. 8, Number 8 by Lynna V. Clark, C. 9
  61. Grant resources for civil society organizations. The World Bank, 2001, C. 13
  62. Higher education in Developing Countries. Pirie and Promise. The task force on Higher education and society.(20182)February, 2000, C. 96
  63. Impact of the Telemetric for libraries Programmer under the Fourth Framework Program European Commission DC information Society, C. 36
  64. Implementation of the critical areas of Concert (2002-2006), C. 3
  65. Improving women's health: issues & interventions.21062 Tinker A., Finn K., Epp S The World Bank, June 2000, C. 34
  66. Information and communication technology, poverty, and development in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. August 2001. Africa region Working Paper Series/ Number 20N 22711The World Bank,2001, C. 67
  67. Information technology, transnational democracy and gender (ITDG): a Nordic Network for research in 2002 - 2003, C. 14
  68. Integrating gender in World Bank assistance operations Evaluation Department October 25, 2001(Report N 23035). Document of the World Bank,2001, C. 58
  69. Internet and ICT for Social Change. Internet and ICT for social change. Gender Analysis. Gender Indicators, C. 24
  70. Introduction (Tooling for actionists BIC) Washington DC, Bank Information Center, C. 2
  71. Kosovo - Poverty assessment (in two volumes) Volume 1: Main Report. December 20, 2001. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit. Europe and Central Asia Region(Report N 23390 KOS)Washington, D.C. The World Bank,2002, C. 65
  72. Kosovo - Poverty assessment (in two volumes, Volume II) - December 20, 2001. Poverty reduction and economic management Unit Europe and Central Asia region(Report 23390 - KOS)Document of the World Bank,2001, C. 142
  73. League of women voters of Dane country. Member Handbook. LWVDC, 1988, C. 4
  74. Lesbian and Gays studies. An Introductory Interdisciplinary Approach London, Thousand OANS, New-Delphi SAGE Publications, C.
  75. Life during Grout. International Evidence on quality of live and per capita Income.(Policy research Working Paper 2110) Easterly W. The World Bank, Development Research Grout Macroeconomics and Grout, May 1999., C. 31
  76. Local institutions, poverty and household welfare in Bolivia.(Policy research Working Paper 2644) Grootaert C., Narayan D. The World Bank, Social Development and Poverty reduction and Economic Management Network Poverty division: July 2001, C. 66
  77. Making transition work for everyone : poverty and inequality in Europe and Central Asia (A World free of poverty. 20920 august 2000)Washington, D.C. The World Bank, 2000, C. 188
  78. Managing Disaster Risk in Emerging Economies. 20738 June 2000The World Bank, 2000. -(Disaster Risk Management series N 2). Edited by A. Kriemere and M. Arnold - Copy Washington, C.
  79. Measuring and analyzing child labor: Methodological Issues. October 2001(SP Discussion paper N 0123 23029) Washington DC, The World Bank 2001, C. 45
  80. Measuring Education (equality In Coefficients of Education (Policy research working paper Wps 2525) Thomas V., Wang V., Fan X. Washington DC, The World Bank, January 2001, C. 37
  81. Men, Masculinities & Development Broadening our work towards gender equality Alan Greig Michail Kinunel James. Land Mag 2000. Gender in Development Monograph Series 10, C.
  82. Methodologies to Measure the gender dimensions on crime and violence (Policy research Working Paper WPS 2648)Washington DC, The World Bank Latin America and the Caribbean Region Gender Unit July 2001, C. 39
  83. Methodology for participatory assessments with communities, institutions, and policymakers: linking sustainability with demand, gender, and poverty.(Metcuide - 20831)The World Bank ,March, 2000, C. 106
  84. Model for the Future. Innovative Social policy in Lithuania. Spectrum Social Protection23006The World Bank, World Expo 2000, C. 27
  85. Moldova - Poverty assessment (A world bank, country study 19926)Washington DC, The World Bank ,November, 1999, C. 57
  86. Monitoring of the independent newspapers mostly read in Azerbaijan. Newsletter # 1("Clean World". Monitoring in the Mass Media. On the subject violence against women, 2002, C. 5
  87. Monitoring of the independent newspapers mostly read in Azerbaijan. Newsletter # 2("Clean World". Monitoring in the Mass Media. On the subject violence against women,2002, C. 6
  88. News third sector #37. August - September 2001. Old Laws, Eternal Problems, A new viewpoints.: Article on page 3, C. 15
  89. Niels-HugoBlunch subhartshan canagarajoh dhushyanth Raji. July 2001(The informal sector revisited: Asynthesis Across Space and Time. SP Discussion paper N 0119 -23308) The World Bank, 2001, C. 31
  90. Online Education Boom Leads to "Third shift" for women, New AAUW Study Finds. The Third Shift: Women Learning Online (2001), C. 9
  91. Overview Attacking poverty: World Development report 2000/200120888Washington DC, The World Bank September 2000, C. 14
  92. Partnering: A new approach to sexual and reproductive Health. Sylvie 1. Conan; Chief, Advocacy and IEC branch, technical support division and Michelle Budget, Consultant New York,36861, C. 181
  93. Partners for change. Selecting men in HIV/AIDS prevention. New York, UNFPA,2000, C. 24
  94. Polish women in the 90 is yew report by the women's right Center, C.
  95. Poverty Reduction strategy paper (Interim report),(Azerbaijan Republic), Baku, May 2001, C. 39
  96. Project Appraisal Document ON A Proposed credit in the amount of SDR 11.10 million (US $ 1380 million equivalent) to the Tajikistan - Second Poverty Alleviation Project April 16, 2002(Report 22877 T.S)The World Bank, Human Development Sector Unit Central Asia Country Unit, Europe and Central Asia Region, 2002, C. 77
  97. Project Appraisal Document ON A Proposed credit in the amount of SDR 23.6 million (US $ 30 million equivalent) to the Republic of Senegal. For a social Development Fund Project in support of the first phase of a Social development fund program, December 1, 2000(Document the World Bank. Report 20195 -SE). Human development country Department of Africa region,2000, C. 133
  98. Project Appraisal Document ONA. Proposed learning and innovation loan in the amount of $US 50 million to the argentine republic. For a family, strengthening and social capital promotion project - PROFAM. October 30, 2001 - Argentina, Chili, Paragvay country management Unit Latin America and the Caribbean Region, 2001(Document of the World Bank. Report N 21344_AR), C. 40
  99. Project Appraisal Document ONA. Proposed loan in the amount of $US 87 million. O million to the Islamic Republic of Iran RORA Second preventive health care and nutrition project. April 3, 2000.(Document of the World Bank. Report N 20202 IRN) Human development group. Middle East and North Africa Regional Office, C. 17
  100. Prospects for improving nutrition in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Human Development Network. Health, Nutrition, and Population series. - 23965) Rokx C., Galloway R., Brown L. Washington, D.C. The World Bank,2002, C. 133
  101. Quantifying vulnerability to poverty. A proposed Measure, applied to Indonesia. The World Bank, East Asia and Pacific Region Environment and Social Development sector unit. (Policy research Working Paper 2437)September 2000, C. 31
  102. Questions & Answerers about The World Bank's lending (Tooling for actionists BIC. Issue 5). Washington DC, Bank Information Center , C. 14
  103. Redesigning Library ServicesI SBN 0-8389-05900A. Backland M Manifesto. Published in 1992 by American Library Association, C.
  104. Reproductive Health in the Middle East and North Africa. Well Being for all (Human Development Network Health, nutrition and population series 22612) Washington DC, The World Bank July, 2001, C. 52
  105. Republic of Azerbaijan. Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and Joint /DA-IMF Staff Assessment of the Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper June, 2001(Document of the World Bank. For official use money. Report N 22336-az)South Caucasus Country, Unit Europe and Central Asia Region, C. 8
  106. Resources for Mobilizing Funding for development Project Sack K. Boyson, International Youth Foundation, Author Vumi Sera, World Bank Editor - Small Grants Program Social Development Department, World Bank International Youth Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland USA, C. 21
  107. Russian Veins of the Transition in the Rural Sector structures, Policy Outcomes and Adaptive Responses20653Ed. And Adaptive Responses /Ed. A. Norsuorthy. - Washington DC, The World Bank, June 2000, C.
  108. Sectored Allocation by Gender of Latin American workers over the 1990s. - The World Bank, December 2001(Policy Research working paper 2742), C. 19
  109. Selected Trend data on gender and diversity in the future harvest centers, 1995-2001(Gender diversity Oct. 2001 -23049) AGM Meeting Oct. 2001., C. 14
  110. Selected World Development Indicators. Word development report 2000/2001, C. 45
  111. Sexuality on the Internet: From Sexual Exploration to Pathological Expression. A. Cooper San rose marital and sexuality Center/ Coralie R. Scherer. San rose marital and sexuality. Sylvain C. Boise. Stanford University. Barry L Gordon Retaluma, CA, C. 15
  112. Single mothers in Russia. Household strategies for coping poverty. (Policy research Working Paper 2300)/ Loksbin M., Harris K., Popkin B.T he World Bank Development Research Group Poverty and Human Resources. March 2000, C. 26
  113. Some results of the women's movement, C. 3
  114. State policies and women's autonomy in China, The Republic of Korea and India 1950-2000: Lessons from contrasting experiences.(Policy research report of gender and development working paper series N 16 (21743)The World Bank, Development Research Group) Lee S., Uberoi P., Wang D., Wang L., Zhang X. Poverty and reduction and Economic Management Network: December 2000, C. 46
  115. Structural Adjustment in the transition. Case Studies from Albania, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic and Moldova(World Bank discussion paper N 429) WDP 429Washington DC, The World Bank 2002, C. 149
  116. Surviving together. A quarterly on Crass roots cooperation in Eurasia. V. 14, issue 4., Winter, 1996, C. 5
  117. The challenge of urban government policies: policies and practices. Ed. By M. Freire and R. Stren. (World Bank Institute Development Studies -21642). Washington DC, The World Bank ,January, 2001, C. 91
  118. The collective model of the household and an unexpected implication for child labor. Hypothesis and an empirical test. Basu K., Ray R.(Policy research Working Paper 2813 WP 52813)The World Bank, office of the senior vice president development economics March 2002, C. 26
  119. The dynamics of poverty and the effectiveness of Poland ' s safety net (1993-96)(Policy Research Working Paper WPS 2221. )The World Bank, Development Research Group poverty and human resource, November, 1999, C. 67
  120. The economics of gender in Mexico : work, family, state, and market(Direction in development), Katz E.G., Coreia M.C. April 2001 -22242 Washington DC, The World Bank,2001, C. 74
  121. The Gender dimension of Bank Assistance. An Evaluation of results January 17, 2002 Operations Evolution Department. (Report N 23119). Washington DC, The World Bank, 2002, C. 80
  122. The Gender implications of Public Sector downsizing. Rama M. The Reform Program of Vietnam (Policy research working paper Wps 2573). Washington, The World Bank, March 2001, C. 28
  123. The informal sector revisited synthesis across space and time noels - Hugo Blunch sudharshan canagarajah Dhushyanth paju July 2001(SP Discussion paper N 0119 23308)Washington DC, The World Bank 2001, C. 31
  124. The International Finance corporation and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency(Tooling for actionists BIC. Issue 4) Washington DC, Bank Information Center , C. 6
  125. The league of women voters of Date Country invites you to our. Annual Meeting agende,36649, C. 5
  126. The little Data book (The world Bank), C. 64
  127. The Republic of Mozambique. Assessment of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper. August 28, 2001(Document of the World Bank For official use only. Report N 22664 MOZ), C. 114
  128. The Role of Congress in multilateral Development Bank reform (Tooling for actionists BIC. Issue 6)Washington DC, Bank Information Center , C. 8
  129. The structure of Social Disparities in Education (Policy research working paper Wps 2268) Filmer D., Washington DC, The World Bank, January 2000, C. 41
  130. The structure of Social Disparities in Education: Gender and wealth. Deon Filmer. The world Bank, November 1999(Policy Research report of Gender and development working paper series N 5 20777), C. 36
  131. The World Bank's "Master Plan" for your country. The country assistance strategy (CAS).(Tooling for actionists BIC. Issue 2) Washington DC, Bank Information Center , C. 6
  132. The World Bank's policy Framework. The "Safeguard" policies compliance and the independent Inspection Pane l(Tooling for actionists BIC. Issue 3) Washington DC, Bank Information Center , C. 8
  133. Transforming information & Communications Technologies for Gender Equality. Gender in Development Monograph Series 9. 2000, C.
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  144. Women's infoteka -Zenska infoteka, C.
  145. Women's rights and status: Questions for analysis and measurement. (May 1998),2003, C. 10
  146. World Bank - Civil Society Collaboration - Progress Report for Fiscal Years 2000 and 2001Washington., C. 39
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  148. World Heritage Committee Twenty - fifth session. Helsinki, Finland 16-16 December 2001, C. 17
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VIRTUAL MUSEIM

AGIC promotes creating the history of civil society and those initiations by studying womans public activity in the end of XIX - the beginning of XX centuries. The collection of the visual evidences and oral reminiscences allows not only to recalled the events, become utterly absorbed in the atmosphere that reigned at that time but also to comprehend, understand how and what efforts were demanded for establishing of Caucasus womens rights. The information collected here will serve also as a supporting material for teachers, historians and researchers working in the sphere of womans and gender problems. They will get an opportunity of using these unique documents as historical references, visual and oral evidences.




EUROPEAN WOMENS THESAURUS

The European Womens Thesaurus is the tool for definition and search of the "female" information in databanks, the Internet and the collection of womens libraries, the documentary centers and archives. The European Womens Thesaurus contains 2087 European terms.

In the Azerbaijan version of the Thesaurus are brought 589 terms reflecting sociopolitical realities of the Azerbaijan society, national and Islamic culture.




GENDER DIRECTORY

is the data-base of all the national actors involved in women's and gender issues work. The data base supposes to include the gender focal points: State agencies, National parliament, Business sector, Mass media outlets, International organizations, functioning in Azerbaijan, Funding institutions, functioning in Azerbaijan,Diplomatic corps, functioning in Azerbaijan, the individual actors (individual feminists, writers and poets, artists, scientific womens rights lawyers). Attention! The directory is connected by links to databases of womens NGOs (both registered and non-registered), NGOs carrying out gender projects, researchers and teachers.




AZERBAIJAN STATE COMMITTEE ON FAMILY, WOMAN AND CHILD PROBLEMS

In Azerbaijan by initiative of the President Ilham Aliev in accordance with Presidential Decree dated by 6 of February 2006 State Committee on Family, Women and Children issues has been established. Chairwoman of the Committee is Mrs. Khidjran Guseynova. She is the professor of the Baku State University and the first woman- the doctor of political sciences in Azerbaijan




THE NATIONAL DOCUMENTS

The section presents the international documents on achievement of equality between men and women and protection of human rights for women.




THE INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTS

The section presents the international documents on achievement of equality between men and women and protection of human rights for women.




DATABASE OF WOMEN'S NGO

The database base of womens NGOs includes the registered and unregistered organizations, womens f groups. Attention! There arent practically precisely profile NGOs in Azerbaijan. For completeness of the information search is recommended to realize by several key words




DATABASE OF NGOS, CARRYING OUT GENDER PROJECTS

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