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The Islamic Republic of Iran is considered as a human rights blackboard

Arbitrary arrests, threats, executions: in the country of the mullahs, forty years after the proclamation of the Islamic Republic, repression continues to strike defenders of freedoms and critical voices of the regime. His speeches were in contrast to those of…

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The UN condemnation of the human rights violations in Iran

The Iranian regime has a long and well-documented a history of serious human rights violations committed over the past 40 years and of inertia when it comes to changing the situation. Since 1985, the Office of the United Nations High…

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Discrimination in Iran: Women and girls

Women continued to face systematic discrimination in legislation and practice, including in matters of divorce, employment, inheritance and access to political office, as well as in the family and criminal law. Authorities continued to monitor and restrict the overseas travel…

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What is the National Council of Resistance of Iran?

As the movement for regime change progresses in Iran and Resistance networks made significant progress in organizing demonstrations and mobilizing against Ali Khamenei’s dictatorship, the CNRI, the opposition coalition, called on the international community to adopt a wise policy towards…

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The situation of women in the world: a long way to go!

March 8 is officially International Women’s Day since its promulgation by the United Nations in 1977. But well before that date, women were fighting for their rights all over the world. Fortunately, victories have been achieved over time, but there…

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Women’s rights and discrimination against women

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. So why talk more specifically about women’s rights? Because, contrary to the commitments made, no State has yet fully implemented either the United Nations Convention on the Elimination…

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