I sincerely praise you for the path you have chosen to achieve justice for the needy. Children are innocent, We are the guilty ones. No child is corrupt or sinful at birth. In today’s civilised world the international laws forbids under aged from execution .
We teach them violence before teaching them Love. the father beats the mother. brother beats the sister. Neighbours are at each others throat. Evil’s action becoming more common. Bellowing up the house of faith and taking (...)
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Witness of Your Strong Will Power / Simin Behbahani
4 December 2008, by admin
All My Clients / Mansoureh Shojaee
4 December 2008, by admin
Feministschool: Nasrin Sotoudeh, the courageous and the compassionate lawyer of the Iranian women’s movement is the winner of the first Human Rights International Prize 2008 in South Tirol.
The Feminist School wanted to organize in her honour with a ceremony which would require her family to attend as well the activists of the Women’s movement and specially with her colleague and comrade in many years of struggle, Shirin Ebadi, which has also been awarded this year in Germany with the (...)
Female Vehicles : Sexual separation by old technology / Bahman Ahmadi Amouee
19 October 2008, by admin
Feminist School: Car making is one of the most profitable industries after Oil and Banking which is official and on the surface legal in Iran’s economy. Almost all experts in the industry agree that profitability of this industry is because of the QUANGOS (Quasi Non-Governmental Organisations) that exists. Registering in numbers as car making companies, who are effectively assembling companies than anything else, is hence an indication of profitability.
The strong lobbing by these QUANGOS (...)
The Fate of the Family Protection Law/ Noushin Ahmadi Khorasaniâ€™s Interview with Mahnaz Afkhami, the Second Woman Minister in Iran
14 October 2008, by admin
The Feminist School: In 1976, Mahnaz Afkhami was appointed Minister for Womenâ€™s Affairs, thus becoming the second woman to achieved cabinet position in Iran. Born in Kerman in 1941, Afkhami served as the Secretary General of the Womenâ€™s Organization of Iran ( WOI) for eight years,1970-1978. She is currently with Womenâ€™s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace (WLP), of which she is founder-president. WLP was created in 1999 as a result of a series of discussions which began at (...)
Interview with Doctor Hosseingholi Hosseini - Nezhad: I have cancelled 10 stoning commands
29 September 2008, by admin
Feminist School: Doctor Hoseingholi Hosseini -Nezahd was born 1302 studied in Arak and continued his studying Law at Tehran University and went to work governing council and has a doctorate in Persian Literature and Law.
After the revolution he was commissioned to research and report on judicial laws of France, Swiss,UK and USA his research took him to Cairo which introduced him to works of scholars of law and interpretation of the Quran, such as Mohammad Abozareh and Abullrahman Badavi, (...)
A Socio Economic Outlook at the Women in Iran/ Nahid Keshavarz
21 September 2008, by admin
Feminist School (Nahid Keshavarz): in the following text, you can find some statistics about situation of Iranian Women. we, in feminist school, hope this text can help our audience to find a real view about Iranian women.
The Government of Ahmadi-Nejad, Women’s Rights And the War of Civilisations / Noushin Ahmadi Khorasani
15 September 2008, by admin
Feminist School (Noushin Ahmadi Khorasani): The "Family protection" Bill was met with a broad reaction by the society as a whole, so much so that in the last month or so we have seen tensions growing in different section of the regime. The women’s movement in the midst of its campaign was able to convey its message against the"Bill" unanimously and hence the changes proposed was removed.
Mr Judge: What Crime Have I Committed? / Nahid Keshavarz
4 September 2008, by admin
Feminist School: (Nahid Keshavarz) Yesterday a lawyer friend called and gave the news of the sentence that I and there other activists of the Campaign for One Million Signatures have received. All 4 of us (Nahid Keshavarz, Jelve Javaheri, Parvin Ardalan, Maryam Hossein-khah) are to serve 6 month imprisonment. Reason is that all 4 of us wrote for web site of Zanestan and Change for equality an act against the national security! I keep reviewing our writings and try to ascertain which (...)
The "family protection" bill will severely cause hardship for the families/ Talat Taghi-Nia
27 August 2008, by admin
The eighth Islamic parliament did not lose any time to approve the whole of "family protection bill" without any amendments or modification and paid no attention to the critics and some of seventh parliament members and the lawyers of woman rights and woman activists. The "family protection bill" is designed to destroy the single-wife law and promote polygamy with a systematic plan of persuasion by using the media to its end.
The Campaign and I / Mina Zandi
26 August 2008, by admin
This August 27, the Campaign becomes two years old and I become an old-timer. I took it as a good amen that my birthday falls, more than half a century later, on that of a landmark movement, a movement with such a unique character, which one day will shine like a brilliant star in the horizon of our nationâ€™s proud history, a movement which will be part of the Iranian treasury. Two years later, to my dismay, my only share in this giant fortune which has fallen to the women of my land is only this instance of the configuration of sun and moon