Iran Human Rights Review : Religion

The aim of this first edition of the Iran Human Rights Review is to develop public understanding of the fundamental challenge to human rights in general, and the right to religion or belief in particular, posed by the Iranian regime. It seeks to put forward a vision of a future in which Iranians are free […]

  • Tahirih Danesh and Adam Hug
  • The Foreign Policy Centre
  • 2010
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Iran Human Rights Review : Religion
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    The aim of this first edition of the Iran Human Rights Review is to develop public understanding of the fundamental challenge to human rights in general, and the right to religion or belief in particular, posed by the Iranian regime. It seeks to put forward a vision of a future in which Iranians are free to follow the call of their consciences to worship as they wish to do so or not to at all, while laying out some of the steps needed to realise such a vision.

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    • Tahirih Danesh and Adam Hug
    • The Foreign Policy Centre
    • 2010
    • First
    • UK
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