Category Archives: Campaign

Tehran protest in support of Haft Tappeh workers

On December 23rd tens of students, pensioners, teachers and political activists demonstrated in front of the Iranian regime’s Justice Department in Tehran.

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Keyvan Samimi, 72-year-old journalist, jailed for three years!

Keyvan Samimi, one of the May Day 2019 detainees, is a 72-year-old journalist and political activist. On Monday morning, December 7th, he was arrested at Evin Courthouse and transferred to Evin Prison to serve a three-year sentence.

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Davoud Rafii, auto worker, flogged 74 times for “insulting” Labour Minister

Davoud Rafii, a worker fired from the Pars Khodro car plant in 2012 for his union activities, has been flogged 74 times for “insulting” the Iranian regime’s former Labour Minister.

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Vancouver rally in support of Haft Tappeh and other workers in Iran

The following is the speech of Nasim Sedaghat, Shahrokh Zamani Action Campaign activist in Canada, at a Vancouver rally in support of Haft Tappeh and other workers in Iran.

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Atena Daemi’s new trumped-up charges and trial

The trial of Atena Daemi, a civil rights activist jailed in Evin Prison, was held on June 28th. Continue reading

Haft Tappeh charges dropped: Esmail Bakhshi, Mohammad Khanifar and Ali Nejati amnestied

On Saturday May 23rd the Iranian regime dropped charges against a number of workers and labour activists as part of its Eid amnesty. Continue reading

Mohammad Davari freed on bail

Mohammad Davari, a 26-years-old political and labour activist, has been released on 15 billion rial ($356,928) bail pending appeal. He was being held in Shiraz’s Adelabad jail.

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Neda Naji released

After 303 days in detention, Neda Naji has been released temporarily. She was arrested at a peaceful May Day rally outside the Iranian regime’s parliament on May 1st 2019.
See also: Neda Naji: 300 days in prison!

Neda Naji: 300 days in prison!

Neda Naji

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Neda Naji sentenced to five and a half years in prison!

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