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  • The Swedish Academy...

    The Swedish Academy Committee for Nobel Nominations for Peace Källargränd 4, Gamla Stan 111 29 Stockholm, Sweden sekretariat@svenskaakademien.se
    CC: Det Norske Nobel Institute, Oslo, Norway
    Subject: (...)

  • More than 600,000 have signed a petition...

    More than 600,000 have signed a petition calling for the release of prominent Iranian human rights activist and legal counsel, Nasrin Sotoudeh, Amnesty International (AI) reported.
    Meanwhile, in a letter dated March 30, Ms. Sotoudeh disclosed that she has been sentenced to a total of 38 years imprisonment, twelve years of it obligatory, and 148 lashes.
    Sotoudeh also maintained that she has been sentenced to twelve years for defending the "Girls of the Revolution Street," and "advocating (...)

  • Iran: Dire situation of human rights defenders detailed in report for UN review

    FIDH, OMCT and LDDHI submitted a report to the 34th session of the United Nations (UN) Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Iran, which will be held in November 2019. The report assesses the situation of human rights defenders (HRDs), in particular human rights lawyers, who have been judicially harassed since 2017, and offers recommendations for the third cycle of the UPR.
    Since the second cycle of the UPR of Iran, which was held in October 2014, the situation of HRDs, (...)

  • Iranian Lawyer and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Shirin Ebadi: “The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran Is the Most Important Obstacle to Women’s Rights”

    On the occasion of International Women’s Day, March 8, Iranian lawyer and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi shared her thoughts on the state of women’s rights in Iran in an interview with the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI).
    Mrs. Ebadi has long been a defender of women’s rights in Iran, working to address the widespread discrimination women face in personal status and family law, employment, education, travel, political office, citizenship and other areas.
    Born in the city of (...)

  • Iran: Release eight wildlife conservationists following unfair trial on trumped-up spying charges

    Wildlife conservationists in Iran who have been accused of espionage after using cameras to track endangered species could face the death penalty or more than a decade in prison, said Amnesty International, ahead of a verdict in their case in the coming days.
    The eight scientists, who are linked to the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation, were arrested at the end of January 2018. They had been conducting research into Iran’s endangered animals, including the Asiatic cheetah and Persian (...)

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