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Hafiza Imanova, a scientific research fellow of the "Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development" department, gave a scientific report


Hafiza Imanova, a scientific research fellow of the "Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development" department, gave a scientific reportHafiza Imanova, a researcher at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development, shared her scientific research and experience with the staff of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology on the program "Sustainable Development Goals: An Integrated Approach" at the National Labor Economic Research and Research Institute in Delhi, India, on January 4-31, 2023. The seminar was conducted by the Director General of the Institute, prof. Ilham Mammadzadeh, he opened the seminar with his speech and talked about the necessity of sustainable development goals for Azerbaijan and the countries of the world. He spoke about the importance of Hafiza Imanova's program in India, which will contribute to her scientific work and climate research.
Hafiza Imanova, a scientific research fellow of the "Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development" department, gave a scientific report
Hafiza Imanova presented her speech in a presentation format, presented both analytical and comparative research report, and shared drawings of historical architectural monuments of India with colleagues. The speaker shared her knowledge and experience in the field of health, science and ecology, which she learned from the famous scientists of India, and at the same time mentioned the necessary steps for a comprehensive solution of sustainable development. It should be noted that during the research, Hafiza Imanova prepared a presentation about the national and moral values, ancient history, national symbols of Azerbaijan, as well as the "smart city" and "smart village" projects implemented in Karabakh, which has just been liberated from occupation, and presented to the state representatives of 26 countries participating in the program. The participants of the program were informed about the ancient history of Azerbaijan, Gobustan rocks, Yanardag, Maiden Tower, our capital city Baku, as well as about the work done in the direction of victory and sustainable development, and the participants listened to the national music of Azerbaijan and watched the national dance.
Hafiza Imanova, a scientific research fellow of the "Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development" department, gave a scientific report
It should be noted that Hafiza Imanova is currently working on a dissertation on the topic of "Philosophical analysis of the social effects of climate change" and shared the experience she gained in the field of " how to tackle with climate change", which is the 13th goal of sustainable development, with the employees of the Institute. She visited the Ministry of Ecology, Climate and Forestry located in Delhi, India, listened to the reports prepared by the minister and his representatives and spoke to the representatives of the ministry about the work being done in the fight against the climate in Azerbaijan, and also addressed questions to the ministry about the work done by the Indian government in this field. In addition, Hafiza Imanova, a scientific employee of the "Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development" department visited main office of United Nations located in Delhi, listened to the presentations and speeches given to the representatives of 27 countries, including Azerbaijan, on the topic of "Sustainable development goals".
At the same time, Hafiza Imanova spoke about her visit to Mahatma Ghandi museum located in Delhi, about the traces left by Ghandi in the history of India and the ideology and philosophy pursued by Ghandi.
Hafiza Imanova, a scientific research fellow of the "Philosophy and Sociology of Sustainable Development" department, gave a scientific reportHafiza Imanova also visited cities like Jaipur and Agra as part of the program. She participated in a 2-day scientific conference at Jaipur Institute of Management and listened to the Rector's lecture on the "Philosophy of Happiness". According to ancient Indian philosophy, the way to change the world begins with the evolution of the human consciousness and self-development, and a person who is not spiritually happy cannot benefit and contribute to the environment. People and societies that understand the importance of these nuances can develop. The ongoing 2-day international conference on the complex approach to sustainable development ended with the presentation of certificates.
The seminar was met with great interest by the employees of the Institute and ended with a scientific discussion and questions.