CAP Paper 210, August 2018
Tural Aghayev is an Azerbaijani human rights lawyer. He received a Bachelor’s degree from Baku State University Law School in 2008. He subsequently studied at the Europa-Institut at Saarland University in Germany, earning a Master’s degree in 2015. In this research, he explores the issues around freedom of movement, looking in turn at legal procedures for addressing violations at domestic, regional, and international level.
This research and a subsequent paper were written as part of a fellowship at the CEELI Institute in Prague granted to several young, talented human rights lawyers from Azerbaijan over the past 2 years.
Photo: AP Photo/Aziz Karimov
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