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  • Defense of Human Rights is not a Crime: Release Nasrin Sotoodeh

    30 September 2010, by Sadmin
    Change for Equality: September 24, 2010— A statement signed by over 400 women’s rights activists, has called for the immediate and unconditional release of Nasrin Sotoodeh. This human rights lawyer and women’s rights activist was arrested on September 4th and remains in solitary confinement. The text of the statement appears below: Defense of Human Rights is not a Crime: Release Nasrin Sotoodeh With the increased pressures the maneuvering room for human rights defenders and human rights (...)

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