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Available only in Azerbaijani, this manual introduces a reader to apiculture and presents useful information on bees, honeycombs and visuals of diverse bee species. Moreover, professional techniques and work skills on how to increase the number of bees, enlarge the bee family and select various types of wintering are displayed in the material.
It is the story of thousands of courageous, committed people who have worked relentlessly in some of the world’s toughest places to reach the most vulnerable children… of government partners, donors and supporters from around the world who have provided critical resources and constant encouragement to reach our common goals for children…
This report presents the findings of the first national assessment exclusively dedicated to the analysis of the implementation status of treaty body recommendations on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
This Guide highlights issues related to the work of civil society actors. It begins with a working definition of the terms ‘civil society’ and ‘civil society space’. It then provides an overview of the conditions and A Practical Guide for Civil Society environment needed for a free and independent civil society, including relevant international human rights […]
The national report of the Republic of Azerbaijan for this review was prepared in accordance with the general guidelines for the preparation of information under the universal periodic review. A working group including relevant government ministries and departments was established by a presidential order to prepare the report. The Azerbaijani Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) […]
This report presents the findings of the qualitative and quantitative assessment of the mechanisms leading to the skewed sex ratios at birth in Azerbaijani population. The study was held by UNFPA Azerbaijan Country Office and the State Committee for Family, Women and Children’s Affairs in 2012.
The training material on Human Rights in the Administration of Justice developed by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in cooperation with the International Bar Association consists of a Manual and the present Facilitator’s Guide.
This Guide aims to support and strengthen the work of national human rights institutions (NHRIs) – whether they are human rights commissions or ombudsman offices – in the prevention of torture, especially NHRIs that are fully compliant with the Paris Principles. While NHRIs that do not fully comply with the Paris Principles can still play […]