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Persecution on the ground of gender, ethnicity and religion in Iran: the need for justice and accountability

18 March 2024 • 3:00 – 4:00 pm CET

Following the interactive dialogue between the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Islamic Republic of Iran and the UN Human Rights Council, this event continued the discussion about the persecution and international crimes faced by persons belonging to minorities in the Islamic Republic of Iran, as well as by women and girls and those who seek to defend their rights.

The event was an opportunity for the Chair of the FFM and NGO representatives to discuss some of the findings and conclusions of the FFM, putting them into perspective in light of the long-standing persecution faced by women and persons belonging to minorities in Iran beyond the repression of the ‘Women, Life, Freedom’ movement, and discuss the imperative need for justice and accountability.

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