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

June began with the execution of women and ended with crackdown measures against them, banning their entrance into sports stadiums. Moreover, new crackdown - including gender segregation in the state radio TV organization – are further signs of an increase on limitations and discrimination against women. 

In May, we witnessed the war raging between freedom - loving Iranian women and the misogynist regime. On the one hand, the criminal regime authorities increased crackdown, arrests and aggressions, while on the other hand, women's public protests were quite significant. The crackdown especially targeted human rights activists.

n April, the enmity seen from the mullahs’ ruling Iran against women is still blatant and systematic. During this period not only executions and crackdown in prisons continued, but the regime officials went up to restrict women in social arenas and force them into their homes.

From Australia to Jordan and from Berlin to Ethiopia events took place in all corners of the globe to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Plat form for Action (Beijing + 20).

In the month of February, fearing popular uprisings and the spread of revelations by the Iranian Resistance at the international level, the misogynist mullahs’ regime has resorted to remaining low-key in its war against Iranian women.

In the month of January Iranian women have yet again proved to be symbols of sacrifice and perseverance to the very end against the inhumane mullahs’ ruling Iran.  

The repressive laws imposed by the religious dictatorship ruling Iran were challenged even more by the Iranian people, particularly women in the month of December.

The battle between the misogynist mullahs’ regime and Iranian women continued with utmost intensity in the month of November...

October 2014 was a new page in the history of repression against women in Iran as the Iranian regime’s cruel misogynist measures of war against women took to another level. The grounds for these crimes were prepared in previous months as news came out of new legalized gender segregation in municipalities, the formation of repressive police to control women’s veiling, the reduction of women’s rights in their private lives and a step-up in executions under the so-called “moderate” Rouhani government.  

We start this monthly in memory of 6 courageous women killed in the September 1, 2013 massacre in Camp Ashraf when Iraqi forces affiliated to Maliki’s government staged a brutal attack under the behest of the Iranian regime in hopes to annihilate its opposition. 52 refugees, protected persons under the Fourth Geneva Convention were killed, 6 were women and 7 others, 6 of which were women were taken hostage. We still have no information of their whereabouts...