Iran Human Rights Review : Youth

More than a century ago, Iran’s Constitutional Revolution became the first movement in Asia to seek a modern social and political order centred around justice and the rule of law, inspired by a young generation engaging with the new ideologies of the modern era. A century later, the young and the educated in Iran are […]

  • Tahirih Danesh and roya Kashef
  • The Foreign Policy Centre
  • 2012
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Iran Human Rights Review : Youth
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    More than a century ago, Iran's Constitutional Revolution became the first movement in Asia to seek a modern social and political order centred around justice and the rule of law, inspired by a young generation engaging with the new ideologies of the modern era. A century later, the young and the educated in Iran are struggling for similar ideals while facing a new set of obstacles. In this issue, we focus on faced by young people in Iran today.

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    • Tahirih Danesh and roya Kashef
    • The Foreign Policy Centre
    • 2012
    • First
    • UK
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