IOPHR wrote to Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Managing Director of the World Health Organisation today 23rd March 2020. “As you are no doubt aware, many Iranian citizens, on a very large scale, have been affected by the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease...
On 16th March 2020 IOPHR sent an open letter to Mrs Kristalina Georgieva, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund: Dear Mrs. Kristalina Georgieva, As you are no doubt aware, many Iranian citizens have been infected by the outbreak of the Coronavirus...
Today, on Int'l Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women #IDEVAW2022, IOPHR stands with all women & young girls around the world, especially those who are suffering greatly at the hands of the brutal Iranian regime & commends their bravery in their fight for freedom. https://t.co/iRaXdOTd4V
With the initiatives of Iceland and Germany, and the efforts of NGOs and human rights defenders, the @UN_HRC has voted to establish a fact-finding mission to investigate human rights violation in the IRI, since the uprising that was sparked by the killing of #MahsaAmini.
At its 35th special session, the @UN Human Rights Council decided to create a new fact-finding mission to investigate "alleged #HumanRightsViolations in the Islamic Republic of #Iran related to the protests that began on 16 September 2022."
Reached by numerous testimonies that the IRGC has used various chemical gases during the attacks on peaceful civilians in the Kurdish-dominated parts of Iran. The outside world cannot continue to be silent. #MahabadMassacre
Iran's track record of widespread human rights violation & the killing of its own citizens is nothing new. People of #Iran have already expressed that the IRI does not represent them. This is a step in the right direction & we will be expecting further such actions from @EuroParlhttps://t.co/mzssnZ7hf3