Neda Naji was one of the dozens of protesters arrested on May Day, International Workers’ Day, outside the Iranian regime’s parliament. Over two months later she is still in detention. Continue reading
The following is a statement released by @Maydayarrests, a Telegram channel set up for publicising the plight of activists arrested on May Day 2019. It was published on June 17th.
On June 18th hundreds of pensioners demonstrated outside the Iranian regime’s parliament.
The Haft Tappeh workers’ independent channel on Telegram has published a list of workers, supporters and family members who have been arrested, interrogated, as well as intimidated and harassed in other ways during the struggles of the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Workers’ Union. The list even includes people who happened to be guests in workers’ homes when they were raided by the police, Intelligence Ministry or other authorities of the Iranian regime. Continue reading
On Monday June 3rd Sepideh Gholian was transferred from Evin prison to Gharchak jail in Varamin. Continue reading
There are at least six teachers still in the Iranian regime’s jails. Continue reading
According to a report publicised by the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Workers’ Union on May 19th, all Haft Tappeh workers who were arrested during the past few days while protesting in or near the sugar complex have now been released on bail.