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Human Rights Statement: “Narges Mohammadi’s life is in Danger”

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The Committee of Human Rights Reporters – Narges Mohammadi, human rights activist and the Deputy Director and Read more: Human Rights Statement: “Narges Mohammadi’s life is in Danger” spokesperson for the Defenders of Human Rights Center, is in dire physical condition. According to the latest reports from prison, her paralysis has gravely deteriorated to the point that during her last visit with her family she was unable to walk.

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Unconfirmed Reports Raise Fears: Narges Mohammadi severely beaten before transfer to hospital

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PERSIAN2ENGLISH– According to the Meli Mazhabi website, there are unconfirmed reports that Narges Mohammadi, the Read more: Unconfirmed Reports Raise Fears: Narges Mohammadi severely beaten before transfer to hospitalDeputy Head of the Defenders for Human Rights Center (DHRC) and the Executive Chairwoman of the National Peace

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UN condemned ongoing executions in Iran

Iran Human Rights, June 28: In a press release published today the United Nations Special Rapporteurs on Iran, Read more: UN condemned ongoing executions in Iransummary executions and torture condemned the recent execution of four members of the Ahwazi Arab minority in Ahwaz’s Karoun Prison in Iran. They also referred to the unfair nature of the trials in Iran and said: "Any death sentence undertaken in contravention of those international obligations is tantamount to an arbitrary execution".

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History of human rights

  History of human rights The earliest sign of human rights has been found on the Cyrus Cylinder written during the reign of King Cyrus of Persia/Iran.

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Report: The arrests of Iranian journalists continue

Read more: Report: The arrests of Iranian journalists continueAccording to the latest report by the Committee to Protect Journalists, with 43 journalists behind bars, Iran currently ranks as the worst country in the world with the most imprisoned journalists. The latest arrests occur as conditions worsen for journalists behind bars in Rajai Shahr and Evin prisons. And, the pressures on their families and loved ones has also increased. Imprisoned journalists in Iran face severe restrictions without the ability to take advantage of furlough.

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Investigate Torture and Mass Due Process Violations Detailed by Prominent Prisoners of Conscience

Read more: Investigate Torture and Mass Due Process Violations Detailed by Prominent Prisoners of Conscience(16 May 2011) The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran endorsed the call, by prominent prisoners of conscience, for an investigation into torture and mass due process violations and infringements on protections in Iran’s Citizen’s Bill of Rights following the 2009 presidential election. The Campaign called on the Central Committee charged with implementing the Citizen’s Bill of Rights to conduct a full and independent investigation into all allegations of abuse, and overturn convictions of political prisoners based on tainted evidence.

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Temporary marriage turning Iran into an “Islamic Thailand”

Read more: Temporary marriage turning Iran into an “Islamic Thailand”Controversy has arisen over an organisation that has registered with Iran’s Ministry of Islamic Guidance as one that will introduce widows and divorcees to men seeking temporary marriage.

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International Human Rights Law

The international human rights movement was strengthened when the United Nations General Assembly adopted of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) on 10 December 1948.

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About The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), adopted in 1979 by the UN General Assembly, is often described as an international bill of rights for women. Consisting of a preamble and 30 articles, it defines what constitutes discrimination against women and sets up an agenda for national action to end such discrimination.

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UK riots: father of Birmingham man killed in clashes calls for calm

Read more: UK riots: father of Birmingham man killed in clashes calls for calmThe Telegraph: A father who found his son dying on the street amid the rioting in Birmingham has warned the Asian and black communities to avoid becoming embroiled in race riots that have previously scarred the city.

 Tariq Jahan, whose son, Haroon Jahan was killed last night, stands on a wall to speak after Asian community members attend a meeting at the Summerfield Centre, Winson Green, Birmingham Photo: F STOP PRESS
 

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Female Political Prisoners at Gharchak: “We Call Upon Those With A Conscience To Speak Out Against

May 15, 2011
 
Read more: Female Political Prisoners at Gharchak: “We Call Upon Those With A Conscience To Speak Out AgainstIn a letter addressed to the nation of Iran, the Grand Ayatollahs, the authorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran and
Human Rights Organizations across the globe, the female political prisoners transferred a week ago from Rajai Shahr prison in the city of Karaj, to Gharchak prison in Varamin [industrial city in the outskirts of Tehran], provide a harrowing account of the dire conditions at Gharchak, vowing to launch a hunger strike, protesting the violation of their rights.

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