Labour activist has been sentenced to prison and lashes.

Tehran Revolutionary Court has sentenced Nahid Khodajoo, a labour rights activist, who was arrested during Labour Day demonstrations on 1 May, to six years in jail and 74 lashes. The sentence was issued by notorious Judge Iman Afshari at the Branch 26 of Tehran’s Revolutionary Court. Nahid Khodajoo, a member of the board of directors... Read More

Iran: Government Blamed for Hundreds, Mostly children, Infection with HIV

At least 300 people, including children, are believed to have been infected with HIV in southwest province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari by health authorities using contaminated syringe, reports indicateD, on 2 October, 2019. People in the village of Chenar Mahmoud in Lordegan, have pointed to medical negligence across the local health... Read More

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Daughter Back to School

International Liberty Association: “Hoping for Nazanin's release and embracing her beloved daughter. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Tehran on espionage charges, and was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, in 2016. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab described the letter as "heart-breaking" and said Mrs... Read More

Iran: Authority Refuses Youcef Nadarkhani’s Children’s school diplomas

International Liberty Association: Well known Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, who had been sentenced to death for “apostasy”, but due to international attention and solidariry campaign to defend him, he was acquitted of apostasy in 2012, is concerned about the future sons Daniel, 17, and Yoel ,15, who are unable to receive high school... Read More

Iran: security forces violently attack landfill protesters

The State Security Force attacked and detained villagers in the Kordmir Village of Chardangeh, protesting a 14 year old landfill in the northern village of Chahardangeh. Residents of the village located in the city of Sari, Mazandaran Province were violently beaten and detained during Tuesday’s Chahardangeh landfill protests. Local... Read More