National Minorities: Azerbaijan and Turkish Experience

June 25th, 2010 § 0

On 19 June, Center for National and International Studies held a conference in Shaky city on “ National minorities: Azerbaijan and Turkish practice” . The participants of the conference widely discussed the current situation of national minorities in Azerbaijan, heritage of the first Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan, democratic traditions and tolerance in Azerbaijani history. » Read the rest of this entry «

Conference on “Army, State and Society: History and Turkey’s Experience” was held in Gakh City

June 24th, 2010 § 0

On June 6, 2010 the Center for National and International Studies (CNIS) held a conference in Gakh City titled “Army, State and Society: History and Turkey’s experience.”

Among the participants of the conference were the President of CNIS, Dr. Leila Alieva, Professor of Istanbul Yeditepe University, Dr. Mesut Casin, historian Hadji Hasanov, military analyst Cesur Sumerenly, local expert Fuzuli Manafov, as well as representatives of civil society, executive power of Gakh city, teachers and students. » Read the rest of this entry «

CNIS held a conference on “Self-government traditions and development: Azerbaijan and Turkey experience” in Lahij

June 4th, 2010 § 0

The conference on “Self-government traditions and development: Azerbaijan and Turkey experience” was organized by the Center for National and International Studies at Lahij settlement of Ismayilli region.   » Read the rest of this entry «

CNIS held a conference in Lenkaran City

June 3rd, 2010 § 0

With supporting of National Institute for Democracy and Marshall Foundation, CNIS held in Lenkaran City a conference on “Religion and State: Azerbaijan and Turkey’s experience” . Dr. Alaeddin Yalcinkaya, professor of the Sakariya University in Istanbul, political scientist Hikmet Hadjizadeh, historian Kamran Ismayilov, representatives from civil society and religious communities of the South of Azerbaijan participated in the conference. » Read the rest of this entry «

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