Human Rights & Democracy for Iran
Iran's presidential elections are being held in circumstances where a large number of citizens do not have the right to be elected due to illegal discrimination, as well as discrimination sanctioned by laws.
Ever absent in Iran's elections is civil society and the fundamental human rights discourse. Rights defenders, and civil and human rights institutions, have been under tremendous governmental pressure in recent years, particularly in the past eight years, their activities having been increasingly restricted.
The Abdorrahman Boroumand Foundation (ABF) feels duty-bound to do its share in assisting civil society activists in Iran and let this section of society's voice be heard throughout the world, a voice that is the harbinger of democracy and human rights in Iran.
A Story from the Memorial
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The information regarding Brigadier General Gholamhossein Ala’i’s case was drawn from various emails, including an Electronic form (ABF E-form), his execution verdict and the official death certificate, that were sent to the Abdorrahman Boroumand Foundation... (read more...)
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