Radio Zamaneh - Nasrin Sotoudeh, the jailed Iranian human rights lawyer who had been granted a furlough, was summoned back to Evin Prison on Sunday July 7.
Shahrzad News - There is considerable worldwide demand for qualified Iranian nurses, and the number working abroad excedes those who work at home. Unsurprising, as the salaries of the latter are among the lowest in the world, insufficient to cover monthly expenses. In comparison, Iranian doctors work around one fifth of the hours that nurses do, while their salaries are from one to three hundred times higher.
Justice for Iran - In anticipation of 26 June, the UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, JFI is announcing the on-line release of its documentary &feature=youtu.be" target="_blank">Final Moments. In this groundbreaking production victims and witnesses recall experiences involving rape of virgin girls prior to execution and sexual torture at the hands of Islamic Republic prison authorities since 1979.
The Huffington Post - The women of Iran are forbidden to stand in the upcoming presidential election on June 14, and are being strangled by ever-increasing restrictions. What has happened to the courageous Iranian women's movement of dissent that gave inspiration to the protests of the Arab Spring uprisings?
- Why Iranian Women Can’t Have Any of It
- Jalili Says ‘Rights’ of Western Women Must Be Defended
- Barring women from presidential office in Iran a serious rights violation, UN experts say
- Iran’s ban on female presidential candidates contradicts Constitution
- Supreme Leader on Women
- Hot weather means more harassment for Iranian women
- Raheleh Zokayi, exiled prisoner at Gharchak prison launches hunger strike
- New dressing limits in Tehran
- Kurdish Former Political Prisoners Intimidated and Harassed in Orumiyeh and Mahabad
- Gender Inequality and Discrimination: The Case of Iranian Women
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