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Alieh’s Return in Pictures

Monday 9 January 2012


Change for Equality: Alieh Eghdam Doust, women’s rights activist was released from prison today on January 8, 2011 after serving a three year prison term. Upon her release from prison, Alieh was greeted by women’s rights and human rights activists who waited for her outside Evin prison. She was then taken to the home of one of the Campaign activists, where a party was held in her honor and to celebrate her release. Women’s rights activists, peace activists, human rights and student activists, all visited with Alieh today and will continue to do so over the next few days.

The following picture were taken during the party in honor of Alieh’s release. These pictures and Alieh’s strong spirit demonstrate the resilience of the human spirit and show that hope always prevails. Here’s hoping that we have many many more parties celebrating the release of our imprisoned friends and colleagues.

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