Works extensively with Iranian women outside the country and maintains a permanent contact with women inside Iran. The Women’s Committee is actively involved with many women's rights organizations and NGO's and the Iranian diaspora. The committee is a major source of much of the information received from inside Iran with regards to women. Attending UN Human Rights Commission meetings and other international or regional conferences on women’s issues, and engaging in a relentless battle against the Iranian regime's misogyny are part of the activities of members and associates of the committee.

Jafar Sobhani, a senior clergy (mullah) in the Iranian regime stipulated that "a woman cannot travel without her husband's approval!"

Women in Iran face various problems in their work environments. Despite having higher education, once they enter the workforce, they are deprived of their minimum rights and are victims of gender discrimination in all aspects of the society.

After Atena Faraghdani's lawyer shook his client's hands in their meeting, a court date was assigned to them for allegations on the pretext of their illegitimate relationship. The court will be 10 am next Saturday in branch 116 of Tehran's general criminal court.

The latest figures released by the National Statistics Center this fall (2015) indicates that in the year leading to Fall 2015, more than 553,000 women have been expelled from the economic cycle...

Kurdish political prisoner Zeinab Jalalian, imprisoned for eight years now, is suffering from severe vision problems and may lose her eyesight.
Zeinab has been under intense pressure during the past few years by agents of the notorious Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) and is still deprived of her weekly visits.

Women are taking part in less than 1% of political activities, said Zahra Zamani, a member of the City Council in Yasuj.
"87% of women in this province are economically inactive," she said.

Political prisoner Narges Mohammadi is suffering from severe muscle cramps, however, Iranian regime agents have prevented her from being hospitalized and returned her to Evin Prison after an MRI exam in a city hospital. Physicians had advised that she must be hospitalized to undergo special medical care.

The state-run Mehr news agency issued a report on Iran’s economic status and women’s deteriorating rights.

“Results of an analysis show that in the next 6 years not only will there be no decrease in the number of unemployed, in fact the job market will be engulfed in a crisis and we will have 5 million unemployed people,” the report reads in part.

The repressive police in the city of Tabriz (northwest), have launched a plan to crackdown and have control over schools for girls in Iran. Tabriz's police commander said the city police have stationed such units in various types of patrols around schools.

The ironic case of the female footballer who was not allowed by her husband to leave the country to participate in the Asian Championship Football games, revived talks about the law on women's passports.