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.

The Ministry of Education announced that from among 190 recruited forces, only six of them are women."

Nurses are continuing their protests in various Iranian cities. A number of students of Hamedan Medical Sciences University held a rally on 5 August, protesting recent plans presented by Rouhani's Health Ministry. According to this plan the wages of nurses are to be paid only based on the number of hours at work. In practice, however, they will be deprived of their most basic rights.

Mohammad Moghimi, lawyer of jailed artist and civil activist Atena Faraghdani, said, "My client's case has been referred to the 54th branch of the Appeals Court." Moghimi explained Faraghdani's recent illness and said, "She is currently suffering from lymph gland problems. It is necessary for Atena to receive medical treatment for this."

Batool Karimi, 55, has been transferred to solitary cell in Qarchak Prison, in Varamin, for implementation of her death sentence. She has three children.
She has been imprisoned for four years on the charge of drug trafficking.

Javad Ismaeelpour, an official inside the Iranian regime referred to the dire conditions of homeless women and children in Iran and said,
"According to the country's hygiene statistics 17.3% of street children have drunk alcoholic at least once and 21% of these children have had sexual relations. 86% of homeless women are drug addicts and damaged, which is very alarming for the society."

A former official of the clerical regime admitted that "more than 77 per cent of Iranian women who are between 15 and 49 years of age, enjoy a great potential for activity in social, economic and political arenas" but they have not been recruited as much as they should have.

Iranian women's presence in the parliament and government is "theatrical", said the secretary of Women's Islamic Coalition, a pro-Khamenei entity, to back up her opposition to the formation of a women's ministry.

Sedigheh Moradi and Mahvash Shahriari, two political prisoners held in Evin Prison's women's ward, were sent to a hospital. The two prisoners were sent from Evin Prison to Tehran's Tajrish Hospital for MRI exams.

Naghmeh Shahi Savandi Shirazi was told that four million likes on her Facebook page threatens the Iranian regime's "national security".
Shahi Savandi is one of eight persons arrested in 2013 for having Facebook accounts and sentenced to over 127 years in prison. She was sentenced to seven years in her initial trial without having access to lawyer.

Nurses in Razi Hospital of Tabriz (northwest Iran) staged a rally on Monday, 3 August protesting Rouhani's Health Ministry plan that aims to provide paycheck to the nurses based on their conduct, whereas currently all the expenses are pocketed by those affiliated to the government. According to this picture the nurses are protesting using slogans such as "Protest" and "No to Discrimination".