Mapping the November Bloodshed #3: Found Dead, Hands in Pockets

Mapping the November Bloodshed #3: Found Dead, Hands in Pockets

Amir Hossein Kabiri, a 33 year old perfume seller, was shot dead on November 16th, 2019 was shot dead on...
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Justice for Iran partners with HRW Film Festival to present Born in Evin and Love Child

Justice for Iran partners with HRW Film Festival to present Born in Evin and Love Child

Justice for Iran will be presenting partner at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in London this year (2020). The Festival...
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International concerns over the broadcast of forced confessions in Iran

International concerns over the broadcast of forced confessions in Iran

Justice for Iran, 24 February 2019: the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran, has raised...
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Mapping the November Bloodshed #2: A Silenced Murder

Mapping the November Bloodshed #2: A Silenced Murder

Heydar Ali Ramezan-nejad is one of 20 people who were killed in Quds in the November protests. A father of...
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Joint letter to the European Union Council: Sanction IRIB & those responsible for the recording & broadcast of forced confessions

Joint letter to the European Union Council: Sanction IRIB & those responsible for the recording & broadcast of forced confessions

Justice for Iran- January 30th, 2019: In a joint letter to the European Union Council, 13 international and Iranian human...
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Mapping the November Bloodshed #1: Arrested and Found Dead

Mapping the November Bloodshed #1: Arrested and Found Dead

Families of Kaveh Visani and Pouya Ahmadzadeh were told by the police that their sons were being held at Sanandaj...
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Audio & Visual

‘Born in Evin’ Q&A from IDFA film festival, Amsterdam

‘Born in Evin’ Q&A from IDFA film festival, Amsterdam

On November 21st, Justice for Iran's Shadi Sadr joined the post screening panel discussion of the film 'Born in Evin' at...
Wikipedia probes its Persian website’s omission of Iranian officials’ crimes

Wikipedia probes its Persian website’s omission of Iranian officials’ crimes

Alarabiya: Wikipedia is launching an investigation on whether the Persian language version of its website has been removing information on its...
Critics Say Some Persian Wikipedia Content Manipulated By Iran’s Government

Critics Say Some Persian Wikipedia Content Manipulated By Iran’s Government

Radio Farda: An Iranian human rights organization, Justice for Iran has called on Wikipedia and Wikimedia Foundation “to undertake serious measures...
Iranian LGBTI and UN Mechanisms; do they work?

Iranian LGBTI and UN Mechanisms; do they work?

On October 3rd,  ILGA World ( the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association)  launched the first toolkit, focusing...
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