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Exclusion of Iranian Women from University Must Cease; UNESCO Must End Its Legitimation of Gender Apartheid in Iran

Women, Universities, and Revolution in Iran In the wake of the 2009 popular uprising in Iran, the Islamic Republic encountered a reality that it had worked for 32 years to eliminate – a reality which is in its nature contradictory to the Islamic regime and political Islam’s most dominant principal: Women as emancipated and equal … Continue reading

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