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Our work in support of Iranian human rights activists has focused specifically on bolstering the women’s movement and the One Million Signatures campaign in Iran. One Million Signatures Campaign This campaign, founded in 2006, mobilizes a diverse group of activists both on the ground and online to collect signatures, raise awareness, and spark dialogue about the negative impact of discriminatory family laws on women’s lives and on society as a whole, resulting in a dynamic social justice movement.
Two new resources are available for download from Women’s Learning Partnership:Arabic edition of Iranian Women’s One Million Signatures Campaign for Equality: The Inside Story A comprehensive account of Iranian women activists' successful awareness-raising efforts on a grassroots level.  — Shirin EbadiNobel Peace Laureate, 2003Originally published in Iran, and released through the WLP Translation Series in English following Iran’s 2009 presidential election, the book is now available in Arabic.
International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran:Prominent Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh has been banned from having visitations with her family for three weeks.
Two new resources are available for download from Women’s Learning Partnership: Arabic edition of Iranian Women’s One Million Signatures Campaign for Equality: The Inside Story  A comprehensive account of Iranian women activists' successful awareness-raising efforts on a grassroots level.   — Shirin Ebadi Nobel Peace Laureate, 2003 Originally published in Iran, and released through the WLP Translation Series in English following Iran’s 2009 presidential election, the book is now available in Arabic.
International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran: An informed source close to 38-year-old women’s rights activist Fereshteh Shirazi told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that since her arrest on 3 September 2011 in the city of Amol, she has had very little contact with her family.
United Nations General Assembly Report Summary: 75.The Special Rapporteur wishes to emphasize his desire for constructive dialogue with the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the international community and civil society. The Special Rapporteur looks forward to the challenging responsibility of this mandate and to positive outcomes in the field of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Four years have passed since the start of our struggle for equality. Four years filled with major changes and upheavals for the people of Iran. A Campaign which started with the goal of changing ten laws, from numerous discriminatory laws in Iran’s legal code, is today facing both encouragement and criticism.
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