Mamarasulova Gulnoz Abdulkasimovna was appointed to the position of director of the representative office of the Sweden-based Association of Central Asia in Uzbekistan on December 1, 2020. She officially began working for this organization on January 4, 2021.
Prior to this, G. Mamarasulova participated in many international projects aimed at combating child and forced labor in the cotton industry of Uzbekistan, while simultaneously engaging in teaching activities. By participating in many seminars and trainings on labor rights, she has gained a lot of experience in this area.
At the end of December 2021, she held a constituent assembly of the National Council of the Independent Civil Society with a representative office in Tashkent, where she united activists from different regions of Uzbekistan under one idea. The main goal of the Council is to involve citizens in active participation in the life of society, control over the observance of human rights issues and work on the democratization of society. Members of this council are now actively involved in public life, working to highlight social issues in their areas, raise public awareness and find solutions to problems.
Mamarasulova has a higher education, she studied at the bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the field of philology. She is engaged in scientific activities and in August 2021 she received a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in philology from the Supreme Attestation Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Also, three of her prose collections were published, and in March 2020 she was admitted to the membership of the Writers’ Union of Uzbekistan.
G. Mamarasulova is married and has two children