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Expel Iran As A Member Of The U.N. Commission On Women’s Status

ICHR Strongly Calls For The Immediate Expulsion Of The Islamic Republic From The Un Commission On The Status Of Women. Iran, the country that ranks #1 in the world for the execution of women and the repression of women’s rights getting elected with an overwhelming majority to the U.N. Commission for Women’s Status, is the highest level of violation of rights. Allowing Iran to stay as a member that ensures gender equality, and women empowerment globally, is sending clear Message that the U.N. has turned an blind eye on the systematic repression and criminalization of women in Iran. “Iran, the top-ranking executioner of women and repressor of women’s rights can not have  any place in the U.N. Commission on Status [...read more]

May 9th, 2021|

Election of Iran to U.N. Commission on Women’s Rights a Travesty of Justice

Iran, the country that ranks #1 in the world for the execution of women and the repression of women’s rights and equality was elected with an overwhelming majority to the U.N. Commission on Women’s Rights. Iran received 43 votes in a secret ballot yesterday at the U.N.'s 54-nation Economic and Social Council. ICHR strongly condemns the election of Iran as a member of the Commission on the Status of Women, which has a global mandate to promote and ensure gender equality, and the empowerment of women. “Iran, the top-ranking executioner of women and repressor of women’s rights has no place on the Commission on Women’s Rights. April Fools day has come late for the U.N.” said Daryanaz Shirinkam, Communication Director [...read more]

April 22nd, 2021|

ICHR Welcomes Ukraine Position on Calling Shooting Down of Flight PS752 as Intentional Act

ICHR welcomes Ukraine’s position on the intentional shooting down of Flight PS752. The Jan. 8, 2020 attack killed 176 Passengers, including 55 Canadian citizens, 30 permanent residents and 53 others who were travelling to Canada. Oleksiy Danilov, head of Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council said he believes “Iran’s government intentionally shot down an airliner full of passengers early last year, possibly with the intent of ending a cycle of military escalation with the United States.” The government of Canada still has not taken any serious steps in pursuit of justice and the Iranian regime has not been held to account. “Not even after Iran’s final report which is clearly intended to cover up the truth behind the shooting, and [...read more]

April 18th, 2021|

The 25-Yr Iran-China Agreement Is An Undeniably Violation Of Iranian people’s Rights

ICHR Strongly Condemns the 25-Yr Iran-China Agreement, which have been implemented for the purpose of restricting, oppressing, people and increasingly widening the reign of dictatorship, by destroying national wealth and increasing poverty. We also strongly call on Canada and other democratic countries to take serious firm action to null the agreement by making the two governments to refrain. The signing of 25-Yr Iran-China Agreement has generated strong widespread reaction among Iranians, many of whom took to protest in social media and the streets of Iran objecting the signing as its plundering of country’s resources as well as brutally violating people’s rights by taking their rights to be informed of major national decisions that would impact their lives for many years [...read more]

April 2nd, 2021|

Government of Canada Is Not Pursuing Justice for Victims of Flight PS752

March 31, 2021- Toronto, Canada - ICHR strongly believes that the government of Canada is not taking serious steps in pursuit of justice for the families of the victims of Flight 752 and holding Iranian regime to account. “The Families Of The Victims Demand Justice.” We Firmly Call on the Government of Canada to take serious action to bring justice to the families of the victims and to condemn the Government of Iran in practice, by taking the case to the International Criminal Court of Justice and the UN security council, and to refrain from political games. “The Government of Canada has not taken a firm stand up to this date following the publication of the final report of the [...read more]

March 31st, 2021|

ICHR; The Killing Of Fuel Porters By Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Must Be Prosecuted meticulously

Country; Iran ICHR strongly condemns the killings of the Destitute Fuel Porters By Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, as they used live ammunition against a group of these porters from Iran’s Baluchi minority causing several deaths and injuries. We also firmly call on the members of the international community to immediately open an transparence independent investigation into the matter and take the sufficient admissible evidence to the UN criminal court of Justice. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have unlawfully used lethal force against unarmed fuel porters near the city of Saravan, in Sistan and Baluchestan province which explicitly violates the absolute prohibition on the arbitrary deprivation of the right to life under international law. At least 10 people, including a 17-year-old boy, were killed [...read more]

March 5th, 2021|
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