NCRI WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

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.

Monthlies

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Women’s participation in protests shows three-fold rise in a month

 Humiliating psychological punishments to crush women’s dignity

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Women’s protests in Iran show twofold rise in summer

Summer 2017 saw at least 58 acts of protest either staged by women or actively participated by them.

This is an average of almost 19 protests per month, which denotes a significant rise compared to the average 8.5 women’s protests in 2016.

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Rouhani’s failure to appoint a woman minister denotes Tehran’s instability

 

Rouhani’s new all-male cabinet was approved by the mullahs’ parliament or Majlis on August 20, 2017, providing further proof that not only he is not a moderate, but he is a demagogue and a charlatan who falsely promised to improve civil liberties including women’s rights, in his election campaign to win reelection.

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Extensive summer crackdown fails to make Iranian women comply

As the fate of the clerical regime in Iran is tied to the veil (Hijab) of women, every summer they feel threatened by this force for change. 

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Ban on women’s entry to stadiums climaxed in June

 

Denying women’s entry to stadiums to watch sports competitions once again climaxed in June, attracting attention to the lingering discrimination against women in Iran.

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May was marked by two major developments in Iran. One was the elections and all its surrounding developments, and the other was widespread protests against looting of people's properties by the so-called credit companies. Women were actively involved in both of those activities.

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Introduction

April saw the start of campaigns for presidential and parliamentary election sham in Iran. This is a realm where women are totally deprived or restricted to a great extent to participate and express their opinions, according to the law. Article 115 of the Constitution of the Iranian regime states that the country's president must be elected from among the religious and political statesmen (rejal). The word rejal literally means men of high achievement.

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The month of March marked the International Women's Day.

The Women's Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran held a number of meetings in various cities in Europe, U.S., Canada and Australia in coordination and cooperation with Iranian women's associations to honor the International Women's Day.

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Introduction

The Iranian regime resumed ruling for harsh and cruel punishments for women in the month of February.

At least two women were sentenced to death, two women were sentenced to flogging, one to stoning and another to retribution by blinding.

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Introduction

The January 19 crashing down of the high-rise commercial complex, the Plasco Building, in the heart of Tehran shocked everyone in the start of the New Year. The tragedy, a consequence of plunders by city officials and the Mostazafan commercial enterprise, left many families grieving for their loved ones, with no hopes for future after losing their breadwinners.