Joint letter calling on HRC member to support the resolution renewing the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran
AHRAZ – Association for the Human Rights of the Azerbaijani people in Iran and 41 Iranian and international NGOs have signed a joint letter calling on HRC member states to support the resolution renewing the mandate of the specialRapporteur on human rights in Iran
what the problem is that can make minorities so vulnerable to statelessness arising from ethnic and/or religious conflicts and video Amir Makuoei
Minorities in Iran need a better and sincere dialogue to solve their own disputes and problem. Now, it is time to do it. Tomorrow is too late for everyone and those who can play a vital role in prevention of such disasters. Let us solve problems in peace and unite against racism and polarization.
The Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner, Mr. Antonio Guterres, on human rights in Iran
In early July 2018, 80 persons from the Azerbaijani Turkish community were reportedly detained or summoned by security forces in the context of an annual celebration in East Azerbaijan Province. Most have been released, amidst reports that they were subjected to ill-treatment. In August, 40 persons from the community were arrested in connection with another gathering in the city of Meshgin Shahr in Ardabil Province, amidst reports of the use of excessive force by security forces. They were subsequently released.
In July 2018, 80 persons from the Azerbaijani Turkish community were reportedly arrested before and during a cultural celebration at Babak Fort in East Azerbaijan Province.
Azerbaijani women in Iran have been invisible citizens because of their ethnicity and gender. They have faced racism and sexism from Persian women and men, as well as sexism within their own community. in Iran have been invisible citizens because of their ethnicity and gender.
We would like to draw your attention to the systematic discrimination against the ethnic minorities in Islamic Republic of Iran, their basic rights including being represented by their own freely elected candidates and contribution in the process of the national election.
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Commonalities and Differences in Methods and Patterns of Torture and Ill-treatment of Political Prisoners in Iran and Why Torturing?! Amir Makouei MASTER THESIS
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Deprivation from Learning Mother Tongue and Its Effects on Azerbaijani Turk Children in Iran. Duman S. Radmehr, Azra Azari
Deprivation from Learning Mother Tongue and Its Effects on Azerbaijani Turk Children in Iran.
Hundreds of Azerbaijani Turks, including minority rights activists, were also violently arrested in connection with peaceful cultural gatherings throughout the year, including in July and August, when at least 120 people were arrested.