Radiozamaneh -The Iranian Ministry of Sports has reacted to public pressure and announced it has plans to designate a section of stadiums to female spectators.
Radiozamaneh - The president's adviser on women's affairs announced today that there has been no progress in the investigations regarding acid assaults on women in Isfahan.
Radiozamaneh - Iranian Judiciary's first deputy announced on Monday November 10 that a verdict in the case of Ghoncheh Qavami has not yet been issued. Qavami was among the women who were briefly arrested for trying to enter a stadium to watch a volleyball game in July.
ihrr.org - The fifty eighth session of Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) took place in New York at the Headquarters of United Nations from 10-21 March 2014.
Radiozamaneh - Iranian Parliament has approved a bill allowing Basij forces to give verbal warnings to people in public regarding their compliance with the Islamic dress code.
Radiozamaneh - Ahmadreza Radan, the Chief of Police Strategic Studies, says the acid assaults on women in Isfahan have been "blown out of proportion [which allowed] the enemy to take advantage of it."
- Atena Daemi arrested in Tehran
- SOTOUDEH: ACID ATTACKS ON WOMEN SHOW “PLAN TO PROMOTE VIRTUE” MUST STOP
- Iran's Isfahan Outraged Over Acid Attacks
- Iran Arrest 4 Over Acid Attack
- Acid attacks against women on the rise in Isfahan
- MPs push bill to crack down on immodest attire, satellites
- British female graduate goes on trial in Iran after trying to watch a volleyball game
- Presence of female musicians stops concert despite proper permit
- Remembering Mahsa Shekarloo, Iran's Internet Pioneer and Women’s Rights Activist
- Iranian Women Do Not Have the Right to Control Their Bodies
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