School of Public and International Affairs
Yuliya Aliyeva (Gureyeva)

Yuliya Aliyeva (Gureyeva)


Social Sciences

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  • Research Methods I
  • Race, Gender, Ethnicity & Minority Relations
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Sustainable Development
  • 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
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 (
  • ‘Introduction’ and Chapter 9 ‘Prevalence of Violence against Women’ // Country Report: Gender Based Violence in Azerbaijan, UNFPA, 2009
Peer-reviewed Articles

-Everyday Nationalism and Non-Traditional Christian Communities in BakuUrban Religious Pluralization: Challenges and Opportunities in the post-Soviet South Caucasus, Volume 23, No. 2, 2021
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.
Violence against Women in Azerbaijan: Does the Government Care? Country Monitoring Report. OSI-Budapest, 2007