Gender problem and modern Azerbaijan

"Gender problem and modern Azerbaijan"
International conference
November 27, 2019, Azerbaijan University

The 2017 and 2018 republican events are expected to be organized internationally this year. The interest and attention shown to the conference had its impact on this decision. The experience of the two conferences showed that, this field is of great interest and experts have a lot of ideas and approaches to discuss.

The aim of the conference which will be held in November in partnership with Middlesex University (London, UK), is to keep the issue of gender equality in Azerbaijan in the spotlight, to share the scientific achievements and experiences gained in this field, to analyze existing problems and to propose suggestions for their solutions, to compare the achievements gained in this field in the country with international experience. Representatives of higher educational institutions, corresponding institutes of ANAS, non-governmental organizations operating in this field, representatives of press, embassies are expected to attend the conference.

Organizing Committee


  • Saadat Aliyeva, Rector, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan – Chair   
  • Nushaba Guliyeva, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Latifa Aghamaliyeva, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Safar Mammadov, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Gabil A. Aliyev, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Paul Gibbs, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Ulviyya Rahimova, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Samira Mammadova, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan


  • Yusif  Gasimov, vice-rector, Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Osmar Antonio Bonzanini, University of Upper Uruqvay and Missions, Brazil
  • Rena Ibrahimbeyova, Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Louise Dalingwater, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
  • Alison Beavis, Technological University, Sydney, Australia
  • Jamila Guliyeva, Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Hikmet Alizade, Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Victoria de Rijke, Middlesex University, London, UK


Plenary Speakers

prof. Louise Dalingwater, Sarbonna Universiteti, Paris

Louise Dalingwater is professor of British political economy and society at Sorbonne Université, Paris, France. Her research focuses on health, wellbeing and gender inequalities in the United Kingdom. Recent publications include a book on the UK service economy (Les Services britanniques au 21e siècle: une etude interdisciplinaire, Presses universitaire de Nancy, 2015), a forthcoming monograph on health services, and several book chapters including “Gender inequalities in Britain : Bridging the gap in pay and prospects” (Emerald Group Publishing, 2017) and “Women’s work/life balance and career success in the UK: A necessary trade off? ” (in print). She has also authored academic papers including Neoliberalism and gender inequality in the workplace in Britain” (Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique 2018) and “Gender inequalities and wellbeing in the workplace : A tale of two nations”, (CRINI 2016). She is part of the European Network on Inclusive Approaches to Trade Policymaking (ENIATP) and the Precision Health network (an international research project led by the Universities of Lund and Malmo in Sweden).


  • Gender and history
  • Gender aspects in religion
  • Gender problems of modern society
  • Development of gender democracy in Azerbaijan
  • Gender aspect of economic theory
  • Legal aspects of gender research
  • Gender and culture
  • Gender problem in our literature

Important dates

  • Məqalələrin göndərilməsi üçün son  tarix: 28 oktyabr 2019-cu il
  • Məqalənin qəbul olunması haqqında son məlumatlandırma tarixi: 8 noyabr 2019-cu il

Instruction for authors

Conference languages – Azerbaijani, Russian, English

Compilation terms of articles

  • Volume: up to 3 pages; format A4; font Times New Roman; 14 pt; 2.0 cm on each side; 1.5 line spacing; paragraph 1.25.

Keywords should be written before reference list. If the abstract is presented in English or Russian, the Azerbaijani summary should be added at the end

Structure of the article

  • The title of the article in capital letters, in bold font (size 14)
  • The author's first name, last name in bold font (size 14)
  • The name of organization and city (size 12)

-      Reference to sources in the text of the abstract should be given in square brackets (in accordance with the reference number) (e.g.: [1], [2]). The list of references should be given at the end of the abstract in an alphabetical order by numbering (square brackets) (size 14).

  • The conference registration fee is 30 AZN. 




Middlesex University 
London, Great Britain

Conference venue and contact

Azerbaijan University
Nasimi distr., Jeyhun Hajibeyli st., 71 
Baku, Azerbaijan AZ1007
Phone: (+99412) 431 41 12/13/16/17 (Ext. 160)

Conference Proceedings

Gender Problem and Modern Azerbaijan - conference proceeding