ifmat - Iran may criminalise social media comments

Iran may criminalise social media comments

The Iranian parliament is planning to introduce new articles to the Islamic Penal Code which would criminalise "expressing opinions on social networks". If approved, this will further limit freedom of speech in the Islamic Republic.
ifmat - Iranian forces buildup in Zahedan ahead of weekly Friday prayer protests

The Iranian Women’s Movement

On 27 October 2022, K2 Integrity and the Atlantic Council hosted a webinar on the current state of the demonstrations in Iran and the imposed sanctions' impact on the Iranian regime
ifmat - Irans Regime Plays with Fire in Baluchistan

Iran’s Regime Plays with Fire in Baluchistan

Iran’s impoverished province of Baluchistan has been disproportionately hit by protests since September. It has paid an exorbitant price in terms of deaths, casualties, and arrests in the crackdown against the