Changiz Ahmadi, a former Tehran University law student, went underground in the early 1970’s to oppose the Shah. Joining Rah-e Kargar came later in the same decade.
"Interrupted Lives" is a traveling exhibit that tells the story of Iranian students who have been punished for expressing their beliefs. Thousands have been victims of politically motivated arrests or executions during the past three decades.
This timeline examines four decades of persecution of lawyers in Iran. It is the first phase of a project that seeks to provide an understanding about the root causes for systematic persecution of human rights defenders, journalists, lawyers and others who have called for reform.
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Newsletter / Updates
February 27, 2020
Human Rights Library
January 2020 Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Human Rights Experts "Alarmed" at Reports of Ill-Treatment of Those Detained in Protests, Call for Release of All Arbitrarily Detained and MistreatedView More ❯