Oct 06

Audio clip Description (Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women)

In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
By executing: Ms. Masume Tavakoli and Mr. Saeed Hoseyni
Editor: Mohammad Golestanjoo

Sep 30

Awareness hinge (young generation and political and social activities in Iran)

What are the most important challenges for a young person to reach political maturity in a society? And what should be in Iran?
How should a suitable placement be provided for the development of young people in political and social terms? What obstacles do we have in Iranian society in establishing this growth?
How can young people have intellectual independence in Iranian society? Can they be involved in determining their own destiny?

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Sep 29

An Awareness Window (A Review of Modern Slavery in the Recent Century)

What is modern slavery and what is the state of affairs?
Regarding the jurisprudence of adherence to the civil law of the Islamic Republic of Iran, how does society look at this issue?
In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
Program guest: Mr. Hamid Reza Taghipour Dehghan Tabrizi, Human Rights Activist
Run by: Ms. Maryam Moradi
Editor: Mr. Mohammad Golestanjoo

Sep 28

The call of the General Assembly for the Defense of Human Rights in Iran (October 2017)

Appeal of the General Assembly for the Defense of Human Rights in Iran
Sunday 01 October 2017 at 16:00

Dear members and officials of the Center for the Defense of Human Rights in Iran
Sincerely Hello
The General Meeting of the Monthly General Assembly will be held on Sunday, October 1, 2017 at 16:00 CET, at the Central Paltalk Civic Center, the Human Rights Center of the Iranian Center for the Defense of Human Rights.
Meetings of the General Assembly and the Office of the Office

1. Greetings and announcements of the performance of the PR and the meeting last month by Ms. Qureshi (5 minutes)
2. Reporting agency representatives and reviewing their performance by members (every 5 minutes)
3. Reporting the committees and reviewing their performance by members (every 5 minutes)
4. Report on the media department and its performance review by Ms. Bita Asad Pour (5 minutes)
5. Report on Internet affairs and its performance review by Mr. Maziar Barzi (5 minutes)
6. Reporting the audio and video section and reviewing its performance by members of Mr. Jamshid Gholami (5 minutes)
7. Report of the Internet Library of the City Center and its review by Mr. Behrooz Khosravi (5 minutes)
8. Report on the Internet Radio and review its performance by the members, Mr. Jamshid Gholami (10 minutes)
9. Report by the editor of the monthly and reviewing the performance of the monthly by the members, Dr. Zahra arzjani (5 minutes)
10. Financial report and review by members, Ms. Simin Meskini (5 minutes)
11. Report of the Board of Directors and review of its performance by Mr. Amir Nilo (10 minutes)
12. Discussions and discussion of the contributors and their conclusions (30 minutes)
Location: Paltalk, Center for the Defense of Human Rights in Iran

Paltalk

Social Issues and Politics

Human Rights

Kanoon Defa az Hoqoq Bashar dar Iran

Reminder:
The presence of all officials and members of the Focal Point is timely and important at the meeting.
In the event of a problem and the impossibility of the presence of officials and members, it is necessary to inform the Board of Directors or the Public Relations Department about a maximum of 24 hours prior to the opening of the meeting by email.
Your timely presence will lead to a regular meeting and we will begin and finish your meeting at the appointed time.
Respected colleagues have expressed their comments and criticisms at the appropriate time to hold the meeting in accordance with the expected procedure.

Monica Quraishi
                         Responsible for the Public Relations Committee

Sep 27

Awareness hinge (young generation and political and social activities in Iran)

What are the most important challenges for a young person to reach political maturity in a society? And what should be in Iran?
How should a suitable placement be provided for the development of young people in political and social terms? What obstacles do we have in Iranian society in establishing this growth?
How can young people have intellectual independence in Iranian society? Can they be involved in determining their own destiny?

In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
Program guests: Ms. Farah Dostar, researcher in political science and social sciences and author of numerous books and articles in Persian and German on topics of democracy – political philosophy and women’s research.
Amir Nilo: Researcher – Analyst and Human Rights Activist
Run by: Ms. Maryam Moradi
Editor: Mr. Mohammad Golestanjoo

Sep 25

Call for meeting of the Education and Research Committee (Workshop) September 26, 2017

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Sep 25

Invitation to the meeting of the Committee on Education and Research (Co-chair) 29 September 2017

The Committee on Education and Research holds:

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Sep 25

Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

What do you know about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Do you know about the 30 articles in this statement?
Do you know that these matters are your inherent rights.

Aug 16

Awareness Window (Investigating the Social Impact of Youth with a Human Rights Approach)

Given the fact that the issue of young people and their identification of human rights are one of the concerns of international institutions, how important is the importance of this issue in the Islamic Republic of Iran?
How do governments play a role in identifying human rights for young people?
Looking at the limitations available to young people in Iran such as the class divide – gender discrimination – the highest unemployment rate in the country – lack of access to education and lack of young political representatives in the country – how can young people achieve their rights?

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Aug 16

Article 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

What do you know about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Do you know about the 30 articles in this statement?
Do you know that these matters are your inherent rights.
Article 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights stipulates that every human being has the right to work and freely choose his work. They want fair and satisfying conditions for their work and be protected from unemployment. This article contains four clauses that emphasize equal pay against equal pay, receive fair compensation and form trade unions.

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