The ongoing revolution in Iran is a women’s revolution.
And we have a lot to say about that.
This page will serve as an index for our gender-related analyses and campaigns.
January 1, 2010: Women demonstrate in Afghanistan
January 6, 2010: Iranian girls’ karate team defeats the competition
February 20, 2010: International Women’s Day & May Day: More Than Just Days on the UN Calendar
February 28, 2010: Regarding a letter from Iranian women activists to Mousavi & Karroubi
March 5, 2010: MFI Stands with Iranian Women on International Women’s Day, and Every Day
March 7, 2010: Iranian Women Take the Lead, and the World Must Follow: International Women’s Day 2010
March 11, 2010: #genderfail: Addressing “the woman question” on Capitol Hill with leading US voices on Iran
January 11, 2010: Not One More Execution Campaign: Inviting women’s organizations to stand in solidarity
March 7, 2010: International Women’s Day Protest, Washington DC
April 30, 2010 – until justice is served: International Campaign to Rebuke the UN and Remove the Islamic Republic of Iran from the UN Commission on the Status of Women.
I live in Iran for 27 years, 27 years I hate to wear hejab but they forced me to wear. I all those 27 years hated to wear becouse they forced me, my mother wore Chador befor revolution, at 1981 one day she said if this is Islam, I want to be ethnic and she never wore chador after ward, but in the time of Shah she pray God everyday. that was the reflect of The Islamic Republic of Iran on our people.
We women must have our freedom to chose what to wear and what to think, we want the smallest thing that is the right of every human being.
I just wanted to thank you for sharing your comment here.
Stop stoning of Sakine and all
stop stoning woman.better stoning iran goverment and all that animals who leads the country.i never liked then and i never will.they desever like hussian hang them,.maybe and maybe he do ultery too.haha.animals that’s what they are.