Shahin Jamalov went to school ¹1 in the Jalilabad region in 1986-1994 and received secondary education in a private Turkish lycée in 1994-1998 in Lankaran. Shahin Jamalov received a bachelor degree in the International Law and International Relational Faculty of the Baku State University. He gained a master’s degree in the international law in 2004. He is presently a post-graduate in the International Law Section of the Institute of Philosophy and Political-Legal Studies of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences.
Mr. Jamalov studies the human rights situation in South Caucasus and is the author of a research work and many topical articles. He is one of the founders of the “Khazar” School financially sponsored by the OSCE Baku Office, which implement and promote human rights. He was the editor and executive secretary of the “Caspian panorama” social and political magazine. He is the author of the teachers’ manuals the “Human rights” and “Human rights in school”.
In 2002-2004, he worked as an analytical expert in international law in the Public Union “Caspian Partnership for the Future International Movement”. From 2004 until September 2007, he was the executive director of the public union. From September 2007, Mr. Jamalov is the president of the Foundation “Human Rights in the XXI century-Azerbaijan.”