Constitution of The Armenian Women's Aid Society in Azerbaijan
As documented in archival records, in 1941, myriad societies burgeoned in the Azerbaijan region. These would include the Azerbaijanian Benevolent Society, The Benevolent Society of Leil Abad and Charandab Districts whitin Tabriz, as well as The Tabriz Now-Bar Benevolent Society. One of the societies, which were set up in Azerbaijan, covered in this article is the Armenian Women's Aid Society in Azerbaijan. This was established in 1961 in Tabriz, aimed at promoting culture and benevolent causes. These would include such causes as helping the poor students (lower class society) within cities and villages, giving aid to disaster-stricken people in calamities including epidemics, wars, etc.., The Constitution of the society was drafted in 5 chapters and 37 articles. It forms a major pillar within the article.
An interesting point in the constitution is that the society was convened by simply women which was not interfere politically.