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Archive for June, 2012

Sex Workers in Iran

Posted by IHRV On June - 24 - 2012

Fariba Davoodi,
During the Islamic Revolution, an incident happened in Tehran that was lost in the political ruckus of those days. A group of people attacked a neighborhood where prostitutes lived and burned it down. Read the rest of this entry »

Protests Increase As Do High Prices

Posted by IHRV On June - 24 - 2012

A Weekly Report on Human Rights Violations in Iran from June 10th to June 17th, 2012
Last week, representatives of 10,000 workers submitted an open letter to the office of Abdolreza Sheikholeslami, the Minister of Labor and Welfare, to protest the poor economic conditions in Iran Read the rest of this entry »

Iranian Women Are Deprived of Security in Society

Posted by IHRV On June - 14 - 2012

A Weekly Report on Human Rights Violations in Iran from June 4th to June 11th 2012
Since the implementation of the “Moral Security Plan”, an increase in murder, rape and harassment in the street have become serious issues for women and girls. Read the rest of this entry »

At Iranian universities, “Women’s Studies” has been changed to the “Rights of Women in Islam.” This decision was made by the Council of Specialization and Promotion of Humanities, overseen by the Council of the Cultural Revolution, and was passed by the same council on May 24th 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

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