The International Observatory of Human Rights organised a protest outside the Myanmar embassy in London to protest the baseless 7-year sentence given to Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo for breaching the country’s hardline Official Secrets Act while reporting on the genocide committed against the Rohyinga during the military crackdown in Rakhine state.
Helen Lackner, Research Associate at the London Middle East Institute, speaks about the human rights violations in Yemen, the internal and external factors, and the ongoing war making it the world’s worst humanitarian crisis
Iranian-British award-winning journalist Saeed Dehghan who writes for the Guardian describes the “unprecedented level of hopelessness” Iranians are enduring as the US re-imposes sanctions and food prices soar
Ashish Joshi (Sky News Correspondent) – A case of Textbook Ethnic Cleansing the Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar Award-winning journalist, Ashish Joshi, shares with IOHR TV his first-hand experience of the humanitarian crisis of the Rohingya people in Myanmar. The horror of the Rohingya experience which raises questions about the role of international civil society in […]
IOHR organised a panel discussion in the UK Parliament to address the mass imprisonment of dual nationals in Iran Hosted by MP Graham Jones, the event featured Iranian dual national guests Maryam Malekpour, sister of detained Canadian citizen Saeed Malekpour, and former prisoner Shiva Mahbobi. Vida Mehrannia, the wife of detained Swedish-Iranian academic on death […]
Wife of Swedish Academic Defends Her Husband on Death Row in Iran Vida Mehrannia, wife of Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali sentenced to death on baseless espionage charges in Iran, speaks on the second anniversary of his arrest. She speaks about his forced confession, fabricated charges, deteriorating health, and calls for his release.
IOHR participated in the 10th Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy to meet some of the world’s prominent activists, political prisoners and human rights defenders. Among the speakers discussing press freedom, arbitrary detention and future action plans were Asli Erdogan, Maryam Malekpour, Taha Siddiqui, Lam Wing-kee and Maziar Bahari, who IOHR TV were proud […]
Richard Ratcliffe – Speaking on the arbitrary imprisonment of his wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe on unfounded charges in Iran. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian dual-national is currently imprisoned on espionage charges in Iran. IOHR TV interviewed her husband, Richard, on the human costs of becoming entangled in the power politics between the UK and Iran.