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.

Women of Iranian Resistance

There are pivotal moments in life that would change everything. There are pivotal moments that would stay with you till eternity and are impossible to forget.

My name is Marzieh. I grew up in Chashm village in Semnan, north of Iran. There, women cannot actively pursue education, because of all the restrictions and biases.

NCRI - At 6:30 this morning of January 13, 2015, Ms. Mahin Afzali suffered a heart attack and subsequently lost her life at the Iraqi clinic in Camp Liberty due to cardiac arrest.

On Wednesday, December 10, dozens of Iranian women, members of opposition to the Islamic fundamentalist regime of Iran, in Camp Liberty marked Human Rights Day and held placards calling for human rights to be respected in the camp.

The participants of this rally signed a letter issued by the protesters requesting UN High Commissioner of Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein to support human rights and international humanitarian rights violated by Tehran-loyal Iraqi forces.

Camp Liberty residents deserve free access to medical care and the inhuman obstruction and medical siege must be stopped.

53 who have been waiting for months for eye surgery, but each time Iraqi forces have prevented their trip to Baghdad.

NCRI – With the passing away of another Iranian opposition official in Albania on Wednesday (November 5, 2014) the number of lives lost due to the medical blockade imposed on Ashraf and Liberty reaches twenty-two.

As of February 17, 2012, as a goodwill gesture, 3000 Iranian dissidents residing in Camp Ashraf in Iraq began their relocation from Camp Ashraf, their home of 25 years, to Camp Liberty, a former U.S. military base near Baghdad international airport. They volunteered for this transfer even though minimum guarantees for their safety and security have yet to be provided by the Iraqi Government or the United Nations.

The women in Ashraf have formed an all-women orchestra to combat the anti-cultural and mysoginist regime ruling Iran.

September 6, 2011 - The Iranian main opposition movement announced yesterday that its members have elected a new Secretary General on organization’s 47th anniversary.
Mrs. Zohreh Akhyani was elected as the new Secretary General for a period of 2 years. She was among eleven other candidates and received 67 percent of the vote.

Camp Ashraf is an unexpected site in the Iraqi desert. Christine Aziz, a British journalist who visited it, said on December 28, 2006:“Ashraf is 14 square miles of impeccable tidiness. The first impression is of a holiday camp rather than a military base. Eucalyptus trees line long driveways, men and women tend gardens, and there’s the smell of bread from the bakery.”