News2019-02-11T15:20:37-05:00

Year 2023 Review On Human Right Violations In Iran and The Middle East

   ICHR joins many here in Canada and  around the globe who celebrate the Universal Human Rights Day Universal Human Rights Day in solidarity with courage, clarity, principle of speaking up peacefully, to create greater freedom, justice, and equality. We strongly condemns human rights violations,  terrorism, war, torture, murder, use of death penalty, unfair trial, and outrageous discriminatory legislation policies against Women or minorities.     ICHR is extremely alarmed by the gross systematic violation of human rights in Iran, and the Middle Eastern countries, as it could be the greatest threat to the world peace. That been said We call for united move to reduce all violations worldwide in order to to advance the quality of life and human [...read more]

December 8th, 2023|

ICHR 2023 Annual Prestigious Human Rights Award‪ Event

For Immediate Release; ICHR 2023 Annual Prestigious Human Rights Award Even Parliament Hill - Ottawa - Canada- December 5,2023 On December 10th, Anniversary of Universal Human Rights Day, The International Center for Human Rights in Toronto-Canada (ICHR) commemorated another year of fighting for humanity and democracy by announcing it’s annual Award, in recognition of an individual’s outstanding contributions and dedication to the advancement of human rights. Manouchehr Bakhtiari, the father of justice and freedom, has won the 2023 Human Rights Award by the International Center for Human Rights in Canada. Manouchehr Bakhtiari Manouchehr Bakhtiari, father of Poya Bakhtiari was chosen as the winner of the 2023 award, for his continued fight for human rights and against [...read more]

December 5th, 2023|

Toomaj Salehi’s Released on Bail Doesn’t Mean He is Free

ICHR welcomes Toomaj Salehi’s release from prison but on bail doesn’t mean he is free, and that’s absolutely unacceptable. We demand the immediate unconditional release of Toomaj and all political prisoners. Practicing freedom of expression, defending human rights, or making music is not a crime, yet the criminal regime not only imprisoned the rapper Toomaj Salehi over 252 days under outrageous torture, they had the audacity to release him on bail, when he shouldn’t have been imprisoned to begin with. As we celebrate Toomaj’s release on bail we must keep in mind that he is innocent as making music isn’t a crime. Today he must be truly free not on conditions of bail, and worrying about going back to prison. [...read more]

November 18th, 2023|

The Year Review of Mahsa’s Murder Anniversary

Increased Extreme Violence, After Killing of Mahsa Amini at Behest of the Regime. ICHR commemorates the first anniversary of the "Women, Life, Freedom" uprising, and in solidarity with the families of the victims, the heroes of free Iran, on the day of Mahsa’s Murder, warns the international community to stand on the right side of history by Condemning the criminal regime for all its crimes against humanity, and stop considering this terrorist organization to be the government of Iran. ICHR had organized a rally on October 22, 2022, in Toronto and more 50K people attended. This year we will join thousands of people around the globe in solidarity with the families of the victims to support Human Rights and [...read more]

September 12th, 2023|

Joint Rally on Parliament Hill – June 11th by B’nai Brith Canada and ICHR

The International Centre for Human Rights - ICHR and B'nai Brith Canada will hold a joint rally on Parliament Hill on Sunday, June 11th at 1:30 pm to urge the government to list Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC), as a terrorist entity in Canada. The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), also called Sepah, are a multi-service military and security organization officially established by Ruhollah Khomeini in May 1979, in the aftermath of their Islamic Revolution. In order to ensure the integrity of the Islamic Republic and protect their revolution. “Canada must designate IRGC as a terrorist entity, since they fall under the criteria of Canada’s Criminal Code of Anti Terrorism Act and IPRA. The IRGC uses violence intentionally, and [...read more]

June 5th, 2023|

International Women’s Day 2023 Review; Women Rights And Safety Are Under Outraged Attacks

International Women’s Day 2023 Review; Women Rights And Safety Are Under Outraged Attacks ICHR honours the International Woman’s Day and celebrates all the women, and the human rights defenders taking action by playing active role in shaping their country’s future, and end the gender-based discrimination and violence, as the many around the world are experiencing the most outrageous injustice because of who they are. Specially the brave women in Iran taking the streets asking for their rights in the women life freedom revolution. The huge task of holding those responsible for these human rights violations, and abuses is largely left to These courageous advocates. Whom work selflessly to create a more just and equal world, for all. Often they do [...read more]

March 7th, 2023|
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