Archive: Human Rights

WHY WE ARE ASYLUM SEEKERS

Ref:      90/M/263 Date:    30 January 2004   The Iranian Asylum Seekers’ Charter “WHY WE ARE ASYLUM SEEKERS”  To: The People in the Four Corners of the World Who are our Hosts The United Nations The European Union The United States To Canada, Australia … In the last twenty five years, since the Islamic Revolution, over four million of Iranians have been dispersed around the world far from home and family. The fact that: what proportion

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WHY WE ARE  ASYLUM SEEKERS

The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Islamic Republic

Ref: 74 / M / 223     Date: 22 April 2002 The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Islamic Republic The UNHCHR toady announced that the mandate for its Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in the Islamic Republic would not be renewed. By disregarding the European Union's request for censuring the Islamic Republic for its repeated human rights violations, the twenty countries voting in favour of the Islamic Republic also disregarded the

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The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Islamic Republic

G8 and the Issues of Refugees

Ref.: 56 - M - 196 Thursday July 19, 2001 Canada: Prime Minister Jean Chretian France: President Jacques Chirac Germany: Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder Italy: Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Japan: Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi Russia: President Putin United Kingdom: Prime Minister Tony Blair United States of America: President George Bush Immigrants, Asylum Seekers, The Displaced While thousands of protesters have massed in Genoa for the first in a series of demonstrations against the 27th annual economic

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G8 and the Issues of Refugees

Open letter 5: To Mary Robinson, UN High Commissioner of Human Rights

Date: April 3, 2001 Our Reference: 163 - M - 50   Mrs. Mary Robinson High Commissioner for Human Rights Dear Madam, Situation of Human Rights in Iran Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, Mr. Ali Khorram's call on the UN to recognise Islamic Republic's improved record on Human Rights and to drop it from the agenda of the current annual meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Commission prompted us to write this letter.

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Open letter 5: To Mary Robinson, UN High Commissioner of Human Rights

Situation of Human Rights in Iran

Date: April 3, 2001 Our Reference: 163 - M - 50   Mrs. Mary Robinson High Commissioner for Human Rights Dear Madam, Situation of Human Rights in Iran Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, Mr. Ali Khorram's call on the UN to recognise Islamic Republic's improved record on Human Rights and to drop it from the agenda of the current annual meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Commission prompted us to write this letter.

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Situation of Human Rights in Iran

Program 2001

'The Future of Iran' A Study of Social, Economic, Political Issues and Asylum Seeking By Iranians 9, 10 and 11 February 2001 SOAS - London University - Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1 The conference aims to bring together different experts, charities and organisations to share opinions and experiences as well as formulating recommendations to be promoted on an international level Entrance: Donation of ?2.00 per day Friday 9 February 2001 Brunei Gallery - SOAS

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Program 2001

Open letter 4: To Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during Khatami’s visit to Germany

Thursday, 06 July, 2000 Ref: 42 / M / 148   Dear Chancellor Schroder Association of Iranian Researchers would like to draw your attention to a few observations with reference to the forthcoming visit of Mr. Mohamad Khatami the President of the Islamic Republic to Germany: Human Rights Issues   During the last three years, one of the most unusual events in Iran's history has taken place. Both the government and the regime of the

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Open letter 4: To Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during Khatami’s visit to Germany

Anniversary of the Student Demonstration

Date:    4 July 2000 Ref:      41 / M / 147   Marking the anniversary of the Student Movement and People Awareness   One year has passed since the inhumane raid on the student's dormitory. One year has passed since the brutal attack on the defenseless students and people who where demanding their just rights. Over one and a half year has passed since the heinous murders of Parvaneh and Darioush Foroohar Over one and a

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Anniversary of the Student Demonstration

Open letter 3 – to Mr Khatami

34/M/117 11 July 1999 To Seyed Mohamad Khatami. the President of the Islamic Republic Following our second open letter to you - 32/M/115, 20 June 1999 - exactly 21 days a go, we have witnessed a series of grievous events in Iran that although tragic did not come as a surprise to us. Association of Iranian Researchers dedicated in studying the problems and issues concerning every day lives of Iranians and their future had predicted

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Open letter 3 – to Mr Khatami

The Rightful Demands of the Students

33/M/116 11 July 1999   The Rightful Demands of the Students and the People of Iran Association of Iranian Researchers would like to give its full support to the democratic and rightful demands and protest by the university students of Iran. ACI also regrets the futile loss of lives in this incident. ACI is confident that the general protest, which without a doubt has stemmed from a national desire, will not stop even in the

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The Rightful Demands of the Students