Posted on 03 September 2010 by jennifer
Tomorrow, September 4, women’s rights activist and One Million Signatures campaign member Shiva Nazar Ahari is scheduled to stand trial for charges including “assembly and collusion to commit a crime,” “propaganda against the regime,” and moharebeh, or “enmity against God,” the last of which can carry a penalty of death.
Posted on 01 July 2010 by catherine
As a new member of the WLP team, I have spent the past few weeks immersing myself in the organization’s many publications, reports, and articles. One of the publications that has really stuck in my mind is Iranian Women’s One Million Signatures Campaign for Equality: The Inside Story, the second installment in WLP’s Translation Series.
Posted on 11 December 2009 by jennifer
As we monitor the activities of the One Million Signature campaign on a daily basis, and circulate the overwhelming number of accounts of arrests and harassment of these brave women (and men!), it is easy to lose track of the small successes and uniquely human encounters that the campaign has brought about.
Posted on 01 November 2009 by wlp
Change for Equality: In a sweeping move, court officials have summoned a number of One Million Signature Campaign activists to the Revolutionary Courts.
Posted on 29 October 2009 by mafkhami
This month, for the first time in 30 years, formal negotiations between the United States and Iran took place in a relatively positive atmosphere. As President Obama had promised during his campaign, dialogue took the place of diatribe. This is an important development.