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News: Women

Change for Women in Iran Will Come From the Resistance

NCRI Staff

NCRI - On International Women’s Day 2018, Iran remains one of the worst countries on earth to be a woman, from its sexist laws to its misogynist leaders.

This can be seen in the ongoing anti-regime protest movement, which is largely led by women, and rallied against the unfair systems put in place by the mullahs, especially those that treat women as second-class citizens.

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British Lawmakers Urge Support for Iranian Women's Quest for Freedom

The British Committee for Iran Freedom (BCFIF) issued the below press release following its conference in the parliament today in an early start to the celebration of International Women's Day:

UK must use its voice in the UN to support Iranian people’s democratic aspirations and the struggle of women for freedom

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Women Force for Change: Iran Uprising and the Role of Women

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Women’s Council of the National Council of Resistance of Iran joined together with female political figures from around the world to empower the women of Iran in a conference held in Paris on 17th February 2018 ahead of International Women’s Day.

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Iran: Two Prominent Female Political Prisoners, Stage Hunger Strike

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Two female political prisoners, Atena Daemi and Golrokh Iraee, started an indefinite hunger strike on Saturday, February 3, to protest their “illegal transfer” to Qarchak prison.

The two political prisoners issued a letter announcing that they have given ten days to judicial authorities to return them to Evin prison.

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Workers Angry at Iran Regime's Governor for Spreading Lies

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Remarks by the governor of Rezvanshahr (Northern Iran) about the suicide of a woman and her two children in the city provoked an outrage among the workers of the Chuka Paper Manufacturing Company of Talesh County.

The governor in an interview with state-run Tasnim news agency affiliated to terrorist Quds force claimed that the suicided woman was insane and crazy. This is while the woman who committed suicide along with her two children was the wife of a worker at Talesh’s Chuka Paper Manufacturing Company who had not received his salaries for many months and were living in absolute poverty.

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