HUMAN RIGHTS

The open letter of the International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights (IOPHR)  to Mr. Josep Borrell, the Vice President of the European Commission and the head of the European Union’s foreign policy, on changing the state of recognition of Iran’s ruling regime from “De Jure” to “De Facto”

The open letter of the International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights (IOPHR) to Mr. Josep Borrell, the Vice President of the European Commission and the head of the European Union’s foreign policy, on changing the state of recognition of Iran’s ruling regime from “De Jure” to “De Facto”

To: Mr. Josep Borrell Fontelles (The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission) I am writing this open letter to you on behalf of the International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights...

A letter from the International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights (IOPHR) regarding the attempt to murder Mr. Salman Rushdie, based on Ruhollah Khomeini’s fatwa, by a terrorist sent by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC):

A letter from the International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights (IOPHR) regarding the attempt to murder Mr. Salman Rushdie, based on Ruhollah Khomeini’s fatwa, by a terrorist sent by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC):

At the time Ruhollah Khomeini ordered the murder of Salman Rushdie on 14th February 1989, the ruling regime in Iran, just like today, was involved in the consequences of the scandal resulting from the revelation of the prominent role of members of its embassies in Europe...

IOPHR’s Letter to the Deputy Commissioner of the European Commission and High Representative of the European Union in Foreign Policy and Security Affairs, in regards to making any agreement with the ruling regime of Iran firmly conditional on the regime’s strict compliance with international human rights standards

IOPHR’s Letter to the Deputy Commissioner of the European Commission and High Representative of the European Union in Foreign Policy and Security Affairs, in regards to making any agreement with the ruling regime of Iran firmly conditional on the regime’s strict compliance with international human rights standards

To the Deputy Commissioner of the European Commission and High Representative of the European Union in Foreign Policy and Security Affairs: Dear Mr. Joseph Burrell,  The IOPHR, as you might be aware, has repeatedly emphasised the necessity of inclusion of human rights, as...

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