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Workers are Treated Like Slaves in Iran

Group Worker

Protests by Iranian workers for unpaid wages and violation of their rights have been going on for many months but it has reached a climax following the Iran protests which erupted in December 2017 and January 2018 intensifying day by day. There is not a single day when the workers’ …

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An International Fact-finding Mission is Vital to Inquire on the Detention of Over 8000 Protesters in Iran

Families of those arrested in front of notorious Evin Prison

A week after the protests started in Iran and rapidly spread to more than 130 cities of the country, on 5 January 2018, four UN Special Rapporteurs expressed extreme concern about the reported deaths and arrests of the protesters. (http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=22574&LangID=E) Asma Jahangir, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in …

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“Social Earthquake” on the Way for Iranian Regime

The humanitarian catastrophe of the recent earthquake in Kermanshah province of western Iran is indeed shocking. Over 1,000 lost their lives, thousands were injured, and hundreds of thousands became homeless. Several cities and nearly 80% of all villages in Kermanshah province have been destroyed. The officials in Kermanshah stated the …

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