In Iran, for over 40 years the Islamic Republic Government has continuously executed widespread tactical and systematic human rights violations both inside and outside of the country.
The people of Iran specially the women, children, workers, teachers, students, LGBs, and sexual, ethnic and religious minorities, as well as the Muslims are not immune from the suppression, crimes, and the human rights violations of the regime.
Nasrin Sotoudeh, an award-winning human rights lawyer, whom has courageously stand up for rights and raised her voice in solidarity with children rights, women rights, and political, conscious, and civil rights prisoners. Has been sentenced to 38 yrs in prison and 148 lashes.
Nasrin’s cruel punishment is part of the wider crackdown on women campaigning against discriminatory forced veiling laws in Iran.
Nasrin has dedicated her life to defending others, including women who peacefully protest against Iran’s degrading forced hijab laws.
ICHR strongly Calls on the Government of Iran to release Nasrin immediately and unconditionally. Together we are stronger, and we can free Nasrin.