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In this part of our website, you can find working papers submitted by our students and approved by professors for publication. These papers are of practical value and can be used for the wider public.

 

Anna Mkrtchyan, Hranush Karapetyan : “Labor Rights: Gender-Based Discrimination against Women in the Workplace: Glass Ceiling” Final Report

Cohort 2019/20

Course: Human Rights Fact-Finding and Reporting

Professor: Dr Vahan Bournazian

Research aims to identify hurdles in women’s rise up the organizational ladder through the epistemic concept of the glass ceiling phenomenon. The secondary aim is to determine how the glass ceiling effect results in women’s failure to secure equal representation in high-ranking executive positions in comparison to males. In Armenia, gender-based discrimination exists in many areas, including the area of labor rights. The topic of glass ceiling has been chosen to carry out the research, as there is a problem with the glass ceiling in Armenia and it is poorly studied. It increases the responsibility and importance of this fact Finding Project for showing that glass ceiling is an important issue in Armenia. The project aims to increase awareness about women’s rights issues related to labor rights. The purpose of this project is also to illustrate issues that women face in their work regarding glass ceiling issues and to collect facts to prove that gender-based discrimination exists and to draw the state’s attention to this issue.

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Maryna Korzh, Anna Hakobyan, Kristina Avagian: “Realization of Right of the Child to be Protected Against Physical Domestic Violence in Armenia”

Cohort 2019/20

Course: Human Rights Fact-Finding and Reporting

Professor: Dr Vahan Bournazian

The main goal of this fact-finding research was to investigate the current status quo and look for ways to improve the response to violence against children in the family in Armenia.  The aim is to explore how the Law on Prevention of Domestic Violence operatess in Armenia, as Belarus and Russia do not have one. The team is interested in identifying typical issues that arise even when the law on prevention and combating domestic violence is in place.

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