Oct 17

Review of Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Do you know: Article 30 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? And they are your most basic human rights and belong to you.
Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights refers to the most important right of every human being, the “right to life”. A right born from birth at birth. In this paragraph, it is simply stated that every human being must enjoy certain rights, such as the right to life, liberty and security.

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Oct 17

A window of knowledge (issuing death sentence or not?)

What is the status of the issuing of the death sentence in Iran and for what crimes?
According to UN reports and Amnesty International’s report on human rights abuses in Iran, has the Iranian government ever tried to improve this trend?
What social harm will be caused by the issuance and execution of the death penalty in the community?

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Oct 17

Audio clip description (Part Fourth of the 1961 New York Convention on Narcotic Drugs Treaty)

In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
With the implementation of: Human Rights Activists Mohammad Golestanjoo – Ms. Diana Beglarifard
Compilation by Mohammad Golestanjoo

Oct 16

Review of Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Do you know: Article 30 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? And they are your most basic human rights and belong to you, and you do not need to be allowed to have these rights.
Emphasizing the provisions of this Declaration by us, for the sole reason of the awareness of individuals, of the recognition of their human rights in the community, whose rulers, based on the lack of awareness of the people, introduce the fundamental laws of the country without any contradiction and flaw .
Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights emphasizes beautifully that every human being at any social level deserves all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration. The basis of Article 2 is based on this principle, no event causes a person to be deprived of the principles set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Oct 15

Review of Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Do you know: Article 30 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? And they are your most basic human rights and belong to you. And you do not need to let someone to have these rights. It does not matter if you are a man or a woman, where you come from and what you believe, and this is yours.
Our belief is that we must know what rights we will take to ensure that we know and understand the rules that should guarantee our freedom in the future.

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Oct 15

Audio clip description (Part 3 of the 1961 New York Convention on Narcotic Drugs Treaty)

In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
With the implementation of: Human Rights Activists Mohammad Golestanjoo – Ms. Diana Beglarifard
Compilation by Mohammad Golestanjoo

Oct 09

Beschreibung der Audio-Clips (Teil 2 des New Yorke Übereinkommens von 1961 über den Suchtstoff-Vertrag von 1961)

In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
With the implementation of: Human Rights Activists Mohammad Golestanjoo – Ms. Diana Beglarifard
Compilation by Mohammad Golestanjoo

Oct 08

Awareness Window (Democracy and Democracy)

What are the implications of democracy and democracy and what can be achieved?
What are the barriers to democracy? And what are the transition paths to it?
Given how the Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the human rights violators in freedom of expression and thought, how can democracy be created in such a space?

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Oct 06

Audio clip description (Part One of the New York Convention on Narcotic Drugs Convention, 1961)

In cooperation with the Education and Research Committee and the group of audio and video
By executing: Mohammad Golestanjoo and Ms. Diana Beglarrifard
Editor: Mohammad Golestanjoo

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

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