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Cartoon: Kianoush Ramezani Transparency in government processes can help win the trust of citizens and encourage more civic engagement....
8 March 2017 | Women's Participation, Civil Liberties | Cartoon
The women’s equality movement in Iran has a long history. However, women in Iran still face many challenges in social, political and...
27 February 2017 | Advocacy, Civil Liberties, Accountability | Cartoon
NGOs are organizations of the people, and represent civil society. The independance and freedom of action within these organizations...
11 May 2016 | Women's Participation, Elections | Cartoon
Cartoon: Kianoush Ramezani After extensive efforts by women's rights activists and other groups to increase female representation in the...
17 November 2014 | Women's Participation | Cartoon
Ghoncheh Ghavami has been imprisoned for almost 5 months after attending a women's volleyball match in June 2014. She may now face new...
9 October 2014 | Accountability | Cartoon
Poverty in Iran hurts everyone, but children suffer the most. Poverty takes away their innocence in exchange for hardship. This most recent...
3 September 2014 | Civil Liberties, Digital Security | Cartoon
Just last week, prominent Iranian cleric Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi said mobile internet was "immoral and unlawful." On Monday President...
20 August 2014 | Accountability | Cartoon
Iran nationalized the oil industry 61 years ago and the government has earned billions of dollars of oil money since then. How many Iranian...
15 August 2014 | Women's Participation | Cartoon
For the first time in history, the Fields Medal — the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for mathematics — has been awarded to a woman. Iranian-...
9 July 2014 | Civil Liberties, Accountability | Cartoon
Iranian university students experience ongoing oppression. Examples include course bans for minorities, female students, and political...
| Women's Participation | Cartoon
Since the 1979 Revolution, women in Iran have never been allowed in football stadiums where men compete, but Iranian women are often barred...