ADA
School of Public and International Affairs
Yuliya Aliyeva (Gureyeva)

Yuliya Aliyeva (Gureyeva)

Social Sciences

  • Email : yaliyeva@ada.edu.az
  • Office : D 325

As a feminist scholar I am interested in the local experiences of the transnational processes, how certain ideas, identities and experiences are localized, negotiated and adapted. This theoretical lens helps me to explore the communities of gender-activists and non-mainstream religious groups in Azerbaijan.

Courses
  • Research Methods I
  • Race, Gender, Ethnicity & Minority Relations
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Sustainable Development
Education
  • Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, U.S.
  • Central European University, Budapest, Hungary Master’s degree in Gender Studies. Completed with merit
  • Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, BA in International Relations (with distinction)
Joined ADA 2017
Publications Book Chapter
  • Book Chapter Exploring Two Generations of Women Activists in Azerbaijan: Between Feminism and a Post-Soviet Locality. In: Ziemer U. (eds) Women's Everyday Lives in War and Peace in the South Caucasus. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2020 (https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-25517-6_10)
  • ‘Introduction’ and Chapter 9 ‘Prevalence of Violence against Women’ // Country Report: Gender Based Violence in Azerbaijan, UNFPA, 2009

Peer-reviewed Articles

Gender Education: Made in Azerbaijan//Figuring out the South Caucasus: Societies and Environment #3/ Henrich Bolle Foundation, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2008


Women in Hijabs (Headscarfs) in Azerbaijan: Gender, Islam and Modernity// M. Rabjayeva ed. Gender Discrepancies, St-Petersburg: Alethea, 2005 (in Russian)

Policy Reports/Research

Women Entrepreneurship in Azerbaijan: Policy Assessment and Women Entrepreneurs Stakeholder Survey. GIZ-Azerbaijan, September 2016. Women_Entrepreneurship_Policy_Assessment_And_Women_Entrepreneurs_Stakeholder Survey.

Can you be an IDP for twenty years?”: A comparative field study on the protection needs and attitudes towards displacement among IDPs and host communities in Azerbaijan, co-authored with Tabib Huseynov, The Brookings Institute-London School of Economics Project on Internal Displacement, December 2011

Policy Attitudes towards Women in Azerbaijan: Is Equality Part of the Agenda?//Caucasus Analytical Digest, No. 21 Gender Politics in the South Caucasus, 30 November 2010.

The Dynamics of Adoption of the Law on Domestic Violence in Azerbaijan: Gendered Policy-Making in a Patriarchal Context. NUPI-Oslo, 2010

Violence against Women in Azerbaijan: Does the Government Care? Country Monitoring Report. OSI-Budapest, 2007

National Status Report on Higher School Reforms and Gender Education in Azerbaijan, OSI-Azerbaijan, NWP, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2005