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Dean Gagik Ghazinyan welcomed the faculty members and the participants of the conference and mentioned that the purpose of the conference was to summarize the results of the scientific activities carried out by the professorial staff during the last academic year.


“Indeed, this event is justified as the presented materials are of high quality and have better quality and significance than the reports published in many publications,” - said the dean of the faculty and added that the conference is mainly attended by young professionals who show serious approach to their researches.


The topics of the reports presented at the annual conference were quite different: constitutionalism, sustainable democracy in the context of modern constitutional legal thought, international legal responsibility for the preservation of cultural heritage, etc.


Representatives of YSU and Artsakh State University touched upon the problems of different fields of law, presenting analysis and statistical data.


Taron Simonyan, Associate Professor at the Chair of Theory and History of State and Law, made a report titled “Practical Lawmaking Challenges in the 21st Century: artificial reason”. He made a focus on the link between artificial reason and legal sphere, its necessity and international practice.


Anna Margaryan, Associate Professor at the Chair of Criminal Law, presented official statistical data, which touched upon the characteristics of offenses committed in Armenia, particularly juveniles.


Let us add that the reports presented during the conference will be published in the scientific collection of the faculty, where about 21 specialists have applied for publication.

Dean of YSU Faculty of Law Gagik Ghazinyan, on behalf of representatives of the faculty, welcomed young scientists and wished them productive work.

 

“The annual scientific session of postgraduate students and applicants gives young scientists the opportunity to present to the public the results of their scientific research at the stage of preparation for pre-defense of their candidate dissertations. They sharpen their scientific speech, acquire skills, how to properly present their work and answer sharply posed questions,” - said the Head of the Constitutional Law Chair of the Faculty of Law Gevorg Danielyan.

 

On December 7, the results of the researches were presented by postgraduate students and applicants for the following chairs: theory and history of the state and law, international and European law, civil law and civil procedure.

 

The report of the postgraduate student of the Chair of Theory and History of State and Law Hayk Harutyunyan concerned the evolution of forms of state government in the light of constitutional reforms.

 

The speaker thoroughly studied all the changes made in the constitutional field and their influence on the form of state government, which enabled him to easily answer the questions of professors.

 

The post-graduate student of the Chair of International and European Law Nazeli Tovmasyan made a report on the concept of contributions in international law, which defined the concept of “contribution” in the international legal sphere and presented the principles of their protection, and also paralleled the sphere of human rights protection.

 

 

On December 8, reports were made by postgraduates and applicants of the chairs of Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Chair of Criminal Processing and Criminalistics, as well as the Faculty of History and Law of Artsakh State University, who also took part in the scientific session.

 

“This year a cooperation agreement was signed between the YSU and Artsakh State University, the purpose of which was to help improve the legal education at the ArSU. We are pleased that applicants and postgraduates from Artsakh present the results of their research together with our young specialists. I can confidently state that our cooperation will continue and will be very effective,” - Mr. Ghazinyan said and added that within the framework of cooperation tutors from the ArSU will take part in the annual academic session for the lecturers of YSU Faculty of LAw, which will be held on December 12.

It was organized by the chairs of the Armenian Language History and the Armenian Language of the Faculty of Armenian Philology.

 

The welcoming speech was delivered by Archbishop Nathan Hovhannisyan who wished good luck to the participants.

 

“It is a great pleasure for me to be here today. First of all, I want to convey to you the patriarchal blessing of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, in particular Catholicos of All Armenians Garegin II. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, we had intellectuals who passed through church education and thanks to them we had great achievements in literature, literature history and other areas. We have names that can never be forgotten, and one of those names is Manuk Abeghyan,” - said Nathan Archbishop Hovhannisyan.

 

Anna Abajyan, Head of the Chair of Armenian Language History at the Faculty of Armenian Philology, welcomed the audience on behalf of YSU Rector Aram Simonyan.

 

“Abeghyan’s scientific contribution to the development of Armenology is invaluable. The prominent scientist has been successful in almost every field of Armenian studies: medieval lyric poetry, mythology, folklore and epic, poetry, etc. His linguistic works are monumental, and the Armenian language theory is a classic irreplaceable work that has ever been ever written about all the Armenian language levels,” – was said in the Rector Aram Simonyan’s message.

 

Manuk Abeghyan’s granddaughter, Candidate of Philology Associate Professor Hasmik Abeghyan had also sent a message. She shared her memories about her grandfather and expressed gratitude to YSU administration, Chair of Armenian Language History, organizer of the conference Professor Anna Abajyan.

 

“I am glad that my grandfather is valued as a result of his scientific merit to this day. I am also convinced that future generations will also remember and learn a great deal from him,” - said Hasmik Abeghyan.

 

14 participants from YSU, Institute of Language and Literature of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia and Vanadzor State University made reports. Anna Abajyan delivered a report on “Ungrounded Criticism of Modern Abstraction”.

 

“The phonetic and traditional principles in the current Armenian spelling are skillfully intertwined. They are in complete harmony with the spirit and essence of modern literary Eastern Armenian. The attempts to change the current Eastern-Armenian spelling are meaningless, ineffective, anti-historical, dangerous and destructive in all respects,” - Anna Abajyan said in her speech.

 

During the conference, participants addressed their questions to speakers.

The conference, organized jointly by YSU and the Armenian Association for Social Work, was dedicated to the 13th anniversary of the Faculty of Sociology.


Dean of the Faculty of Sociology Arthur Mkrtichyan made an opening speech. He congratulated all the staff and students of the faculty: “Today is our birthday. Today’s conference is our annual, traditional conference. I am very glad that this time it has an international character. This is not only a good occasion to listen to the opinions of others, but to present to the world our own position on this or that issue.”


Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Sociology Anahit Sahakyan expressed gratitude to the Armenian Social Work Association for supporting the work of the conference and mentioned that it is being held within the framework of the Association’s two programs.


“The first is a grant funded by the UNDEF, within which we are striving to enhance the participation of civil society and citizens in the ongoing social reforms, and the second one is a program implemented with the HILFSWERK AUSTRIA, funded by the European Union and Austrian Cooperation Fund, (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan),” - said Mrs. Sahakyan.


Two plenary sessions were held in the framework of the conference titled “Transnational Social Work as a Scientific Basis of Social Work” and “Current Discourse on Social Work Generalization in the Republic of Armenia”. During the second session the necessity of the law “On Prevention of Domestic Violence” was also discussed, as well as the issues of the practice of social work in the sphere of child protection.


Participants from Austria, Croatia, USA, Norway and Germany made presentations.


After the conference, a memorandum of cooperation was signed between the Armenian Association of Social Work, the Armenian State Pedagogical University and Gyumri Pedagogical University.

Among the participants are students, young and well-known scholars, as well as heads of scientific and educational foundations from different countries (Russia, USA, Switzerland, Ireland, Germany, Denmark).


The aim of the conference is to discuss and solve a number of issues related to science, to strengthen the integration of modern methods in the field of science with the Association of Diaspora Armenian Scientists, created as a result of the First Pan-Armenian Scientific Conference, aimed at supporting young Armenian scientists and effective implementation of programs in the academic schools in Armenia. YSU Rector Aram Simonyan and representatives of the professorial staff of YSU attended the conference.


Gevorg Vardanyan, Chairman of the Young Scientists' Council of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia and Radik Martirosyan, President of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, made opening speeches.


Gevorg Vardanyan presented the results of the previous forum: "During the first conference via lectures, round tables all possible preconditions were discussed on the progress of Armenian science. As a result, the idea of establishing an Association of Diaspora Armenian Scientists was regarded as a guarantee of success."




According to Gevorg Vardanyan, the Second All-Armenian Scientific Conference aims to gather outstanding scholars from Diaspora and Armenia and thus find ways to solve crucial issues.


President of the National Academy of Sciences Radik Martirosyan welcomed the participants of the conference, noting that the organized discussions and round tables contribute to the development of science and technology in Armenia: "One of our main problems is to use the potential of Armenian young scientists in the right way to develop the economy of our republic."


Young scholars of Armenian scientific organizations have the opportunity to present their research works through poster and oral presentations within the framework of the conference.


Karen Trchunyan, lecturer at the Chair of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Biotechnology at YSU, made a report on the topic "The Role of Biochemical, Fertilization, Hydrogenase and Proton Foil".


It should be noted that the conference is being held on November 6-8.