Ahead of International Women’s Day this year, three organisations dedicated to improving women’s rights, child rights and the justice system in Iran, will be hosting an event in London to discuss the state of human rights as they relate to women and girls in Iran today. The event will also celebrate International Women’s Day and the work of the late UN Special Rapporteur for Iran, Asma Jahangir.
The International Coalition Against Violence in Iran (ICAVI), Kayhan Life and Persia Educational Foundation are hosting this event, which is free to attend, on Saturday, 3 March 2018 from 3.30pm-7pm, at Fitzroy House.
The event will feature a distinguished group of panelists including Drewery Dyke, Roya Kashefi, and Richard Ratcliffe, along with special messages from UN Special Rapporteur, Dr. Ahmed Shaheed; and Human Rights Professor, Dr. Naz Ghanea-Hercock.
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