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Women Council



Rena Rza gizi Mirzazadeh 

Doctor of philosophy, professor

Mob. tel.: (+994 50)6494795  

Working groups Heads of the working group "Women in science and society" of ANAS Women's Council - Corresponding member of ANAS Salima Mehdiyeva and Ph.D. in physics, docent Ravan Mehdiyeva

Head of the "Education, Information and Science" working group of the Women’s Council of ANAS - doctor of technical sciences, docent Zarifa Jabrayilova

Head of the "World Gender Science and International Relations" Working Group - Doctor of History Zemfira Hajiyeva

Head of the "Spirituality, Culture and Science" - D.p.s, dosent Ziba Agayeva

Head of “Social Analysis and Analytics” Working Group of Women's Council of ANAS - Mahrukh Najafli 

Head of the Working Group on "Human Rights in Gender Legislation" - doctor of philosophy, Associate Professor Lala Safarova

Head of the working group "Women's issue in scientific and artistic literature" - Ph.D. in philology Aynur Khalilova and doctor of philosophy, Khanimzar Kerimova  

Head of "Civil Society and Science" Working Group - PhD. Yegana Mahmudova and PhD. Luiza SalayevaResponsible representative of ANAS Ganja Division - doctor of philosophy Elnur Hasanov
Date of establishment  According to the Decision of the Presidium of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, the Council of Women of ANAS was established at the general meeting of the employees of the institute and scientific institutions of ANAS on May 2, 2018. 
Basic activity directions The purpose of the Council is to ensure and apply equal opportunities for men and women in political, economic, social, cultural and other spheres, through the awareness of the major directions of public policy, legislation and international commitments related to the provision of gender equality, to enhance the role of woman scientists in the scientific, socio-political, economic and cultural activities, their interest, dignity and rights in science and active involvement in public affairs.