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Letter from Prison: Mohammad Jarahi, Labor Activist, Writes to Workers’ Organizations and Labor Unions across the World

Colleagues, workers of Iran and the world: I am a painter and a member of the Follow-Up Committee to Help Form Workers’ Organizations in Iran, now spending my third year in prison. I was jailed on false and manufactured charges. The reality is that I consider my activities for achievement of the welfare of the … Continue reading

Imprisoned labor activists call on workers across the country to join in solidarity in protest against poverty wages: Minimum wage must be no less than 2 million Touman per month

We imprisoned workers, Shahrokh Zamani and Mohammad Jarahi from Gohardasht Prison, and Behnam Ebrahimzadeh from Ward 350 of Evin Prison, support the Mahshahr Petrochemical Workers’ struggle for a minimum wage of 2 million Touman per month, and the call of the Iranian Free Workers’ Union for a national protest to increase the minimum wage. We … Continue reading

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