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Answer the QUESTION⬇️ and get the PRIZES🎁📱

"KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan" contest, Week 5!

This is the final question of the contest!

To become a WINNER🏅:
1️⃣ Submit your answer to the question in the poster⬇️ via the link:
forms.gle/299mg9e21XXfrBsi9

2️⃣ Like & share this post.

For more information on the contest, visit:
icyf-erc.org/announcements/karabakh-cultural-heartland-of-azerbaijan/
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Answer the QUESTION⬇️ and get the PRIZES🎁📱 KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan contest, Week 5! This is the final question of the contest! To become a WINNER🏅: 1️⃣ Submit your answer to the question in the poster⬇️ via the link: https://forms.gle/299mg9e21XXfrBsi9 2️⃣ Like & share this post. For more information on the contest, visit: https://icyf-erc.org/announcements/karabakh-cultural-heartland-of-azerbaijan/

❗THE CORRECT ANSWER & WINNERS - WEEK #4

Big applause👏🏻 for all the participants and winners of the "KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan" Competition Week #4!
Winners:
🥇Nasihah Mohamad, Malaysia 🇲🇾
🥈Faridun Eshonkulov, Tajikistan 🇹🇯
🥉Dorota Banaś, Poland 🇵🇱

The correct answer to the question is:

“The field of art asked in the question is carpet weaving – a historical and traditional craft in Azerbaijan. The art of Azerbaijani carpet weaving was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010. The 16th-19th century artworks of Azerbaijani masters, including those from the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan are presently kept in various museums of the world: Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Louvre in Paris, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Hermitage in St.Petersburg, Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum in Baku and Tamanyan Museum of Architecture in Yerevan.”

⭐️Today can be your turn to shine! Get ready for this week’s question that will be posted on our social media accounts today, at 3 PM, Baku time (GMT +4).
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❗THE CORRECT ANSWER & WINNERS - WEEK #4 Big applause👏🏻 for all the participants and winners of the KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan Competition Week #4! Winners: 🥇Nasihah Mohamad, Malaysia 🇲🇾 🥈Faridun Eshonkulov, Tajikistan 🇹🇯 🥉Dorota Banaś, Poland 🇵🇱 The correct answer to the question is: “The field of art asked in the question is carpet weaving – a historical and traditional craft in Azerbaijan. The art of Azerbaijani carpet weaving was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010. The 16th-19th century artworks of Azerbaijani masters, including those from the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan are presently kept in various museums of the world: Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Louvre in Paris, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Hermitage in St.Petersburg, Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum in Baku and Tamanyan Museum of Architecture in Yerevan.” ⭐️Today can be your turn to shine! Get ready for this week’s question that will be posted on our social media accounts today, at 3 PM, Baku time (GMT +4).

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In the framework of the Justice for Khojaly Campaign - an international civil awareness initiative, the commemoration event was held in Lahore, on 26 February 2021, on the 29th anniversary of the #KhojalyGenocide.

The event commemorated the Khojaly victims was organized by Youth Advocacy Network (YAN) Pakistan in partnership with the Eurasian Regional Center of ICYF (ICYF-ERC).

Students, young experts and researchers, representatives of youth NGOs and human rights activists joined the event held in the Marvel Hotel, Lahore, Pakistan. The opening of the programme was addressed by Mr. Elmaddin Mehdiyev, Director General of ICYF-ERC through a video message and Ms. Hafsa Mehmood, Chairperson of YAN.

Mr. Danish Tariq, Project Officer at YAN and Justice for Khojaly Campaign activist in Pakistan made a detailed presentation on the Khojaly Genocide and activities of the Campaign.

Within the Commemoration event the special photo-exhibition on the Khojaly Genocide was organized for the participants. At the end, Mr. Fsahat Ul-Hassan, CEO of YAN made concluding remarks talking about the joint efforts of the youth of the OIC geography to actively support the activities of the Campaign and contribute to reaching its goals. Mr. Ul-Hassan underlined the importance of conducting academic researches on the scale and horridness of the Khojaly Genocide and consequently, inscribing properly the tragedy into the world academic literature.
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In the framework of the Justice for Khojaly Campaign - an international civil awareness initiative, the commemoration event was held in Lahore, on 26 February 2021, on the 29th anniversary of the #KhojalyGenocide. The event commemorated the Khojaly victims was organized by Youth Advocacy Network (YAN) Pakistan in partnership with the Eurasian Regional Center of ICYF (ICYF-ERC). Students, young experts and researchers, representatives of youth NGOs and human rights activists joined the event held in the Marvel Hotel, Lahore, Pakistan. The opening of the programme was addressed by Mr. Elmaddin Mehdiyev, Director General of ICYF-ERC through a video message and Ms. Hafsa Mehmood, Chairperson of YAN. Mr. Danish Tariq, Project Officer at YAN and Justice for Khojaly Campaign activist in Pakistan made a detailed presentation on the Khojaly Genocide and activities of the Campaign. Within the Commemoration event the special photo-exhibition on the Khojaly Genocide was organized for the participants. At the end, Mr. Fsahat Ul-Hassan, CEO of YAN made concluding remarks talking about the joint efforts of the youth of the OIC geography to actively support the activities of the Campaign and contribute to reaching its goals. Mr. Ul-Hassan underlined the importance of conducting academic researches on the scale and horridness of the Khojaly Genocide and consequently, inscribing properly the tragedy into the world academic literature.

“A Glimpse into the Future through the Pain of the #Khojaly” international Zoom conference was co-organized on 25th February 2021 by Eurasian Regional Center of ICYF (ICYF-ERC), Subjective Values Foundation and Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities.

The conference was held in the framework of the Justice for Khojaly Campaign - an international civil awareness initiative to commemorate the victims of the #KhojalyGenocide on its 29th anniversary.

Following the opening remarks delivered by Mr. Marcell Lorincz, Director of the Subjective Values Foundation, Mr. Elmaddin Mehdiyev, Director General of ICYF-ERC and Mr. Gyorgy Tatar, Chair of the Budapest Centre for International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities the conference continued its work in two thematic panels.

The first panel entitled "Factual Background behind the Neglected Grief’ and moderated by Ms. Sarah Bowman, an expert from the US was addressed by Prof. Christopher L. Gunn, Professor at the Coastal Carolina University (US), Ms. Narmin Ibrahimova, a survivor of the Khojaly and Mr. Raul Lowery Contreras, political commentator and author of the book "Murder in the Mountains". The article by Ms. Helen Womack describing the Khojaly and published in "The Independent" in 1992, in the aftermath of the tragedy was read to the conference participants at the author's request.

The second panel entitled "Recognition as an Important step to Healing" and moderated by Mr. Tyagi Pallava, international film producer hosted Ms. Fahmida Faiza, lawyer and human rights activist, Mr. Marcell Lorincz, Director of Subjective Values Foundation and Ms. Sevinj Iskandarova, Deputy Director General of ICYF-ERC and Justice for Khojaly campaign activist.

The conference ended with demonstration of "Khojaly's Icon" short documentary prepared by Justice for Khojaly Campaign.
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“A Glimpse into the Future through the Pain of the #Khojaly” international Zoom conference was co-organized on 25th February 2021 by Eurasian Regional Center of ICYF (ICYF-ERC), Subjective Values Foundation and Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities. The conference was held in the framework of the Justice for Khojaly Campaign - an international civil awareness initiative to commemorate the victims of the #KhojalyGenocide on its 29th anniversary. Following the opening remarks delivered by Mr. Marcell Lorincz, Director of the Subjective Values Foundation, Mr. Elmaddin Mehdiyev, Director General of ICYF-ERC and Mr. Gyorgy Tatar, Chair of the Budapest Centre for International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities the conference continued its work in two thematic panels. The first panel entitled Factual Background behind the Neglected Grief’ and moderated by Ms. Sarah Bowman, an expert from the US was addressed by Prof. Christopher L. Gunn, Professor at the Coastal Carolina University (US), Ms. Narmin Ibrahimova, a survivor of the Khojaly and Mr. Raul Lowery Contreras, political commentator and author of the book Murder in the Mountains. The article by Ms. Helen Womack describing the Khojaly and published in The Independent in 1992, in the aftermath of the tragedy was read to the conference participants at the authors request. The second panel entitled Recognition as an Important step to Healing and moderated by Mr. Tyagi Pallava, international film producer hosted Ms. Fahmida Faiza, lawyer and human rights activist, Mr. Marcell Lorincz, Director of Subjective Values Foundation and Ms. Sevinj Iskandarova, Deputy Director General of ICYF-ERC and Justice for Khojaly campaign activist. The conference ended with demonstration of Khojalys Icon short documentary prepared by Justice for Khojaly Campaign.
Answer the QUESTION⬇️ and get the PRIZES🎁📱 "KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan" contest, Week 5! This is the final question of the contest! To become a WINNER🏅: 1️⃣ Submit your answer to the question in the poster⬆️ via the link in bio! 2️⃣ Like & share this post.
❗THE CORRECT ANSWER & WINNERS - WEEK #4 Big app ❗THE CORRECT ANSWER & WINNERS - WEEK #4 Big applause👏🏻 for all the participants and winners of the "KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan" Competition Week #4! Winners: 🥇Nasihah Mohamad, Malaysia 🇲🇾 🥈Faridun Eshonkulov, Tajikistan 🇹🇯 🥉Dorota Banaś, Poland 🇵🇱 The correct answer to the question is: “The field of art asked in the question is carpet weaving – a historical and traditional craft in Azerbaijan. The art of Azerbaijani carpet weaving was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010. The 16th-19th century artworks of Azerbaijani masters, including those from the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan are presently kept in various museums of the world: Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Louvre in Paris, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Hermitage in St.Petersburg, Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum in Baku and Tamanyan Museum of Architecture in Yerevan.” ⭐️Today can be your turn to shine! Get ready for this week’s question that will be posted on our social media accounts today, at 3 PM, Baku time (GMT +4).

Answer the Final QUESTION⬇️ and get the PRIZES🎁📱

"KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of Azerbaijan" contest, Week 5!

To become a WINNER🏅:
1️⃣ Submit your answer to the question in the poster⬇️ via the link:
https://forms.gle/299mg9e21XXfrBsi9

2️⃣ Like & RT this post.

#KARABAKH - Cultural Heartland of #Azerbaijan Competition!

The correct answer & winners of the Week-4 are shared below⬇️.

Today can be your turn to shine! Get ready for this week’s question that will be posted on our social media accounts today, at 3 PM, Baku time (GMT +4).

On the 29th anniversary of the #KhojalyGenocide the commemoration event was held in Lahore, #Pakistan, on 26 February 2021. The event was organized by @YANSRHR in partnership with @icyferc,in the framework of the #JusticeForKhojaly international Campaign.

https://icyf-erc.org/press-releases/khojaly-genocide-commemoration-event-in-pakistan/

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Director-General of @icyferc, Mr. @M_Elmaddin shared his remarks during the commemoration via a Video Message.
#JusticeForKhojaly #YAN4Youth #DontForgetKhojaly #PrayForKhojaly

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