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Members of the Council of Europe, European, Parliament, Flemish and Belgian Parliamentarians Call on Iran to Release Ahmedreza Djalali

The International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR) accompanied Mrs Vida Mehrannia, the wife of imprisoned Iranian-Swedish professor Dr Ahmadreza Djalali, to Brussels and Strasbourg to appeal for urgent intervention from diplomats and members of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe.  Dr Djalali was arrested in Iran in April 2016, then unjustly accused of … Read more →

Leading UK businesses attend event organised by Mayor’s Office and IOHR to drive employment of refugees

The International Observatory of Human Rights partnered with the Greater London Authority to bring together more than twenty-five business leaders, public sector policy makers, refugees and non-governmental organisations to discuss how to include more refugees in the UK workplace.  Spearheaded by Nicola Marvin, Senior Project Officer for Resettlement of Syrian Refugees at the GLA and … Read more →

IOHR partners with Sponsor Refugees for Community Sponsorship Awards

The International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR) has partnered with Sponsor Refugees, a branch of Citizens UK, to celebrate and expand community sponsorship of refugees in the UK. Sponsor Refugees has announced that IOHR will be the official sponsor of the Community Sponsorship Awards, which will take place on October 2nd 2018. The partnership will … Read more →

Families of dual-national Iranian Prisoners call for Justice in UK Parliament

The International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR) yesterday brought together, in the UK Parliament, the families of Iranian-Swedish Professor Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali and Canadian permanent resident Mr. Saeed Malekpour who were unjustly sentenced to prison in Iran. Since 2015, at least 30 dual-nationals have been imprisoned in Iran on baseless charges, including British-Iranian charity worker … Read more →

International Observatory of Human Rights Partners with the Active Change Foundation to Counter Radicalisation

7.4.2018 – London The International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR) has partnered with Mr. Hanif Qadir, a reformed Islamic extremist and the founder of  the Active Change Foundation (ACF) to raise awareness, counter radicalisation and engage returning fighters and prisoners seeking a path to rehabilitation. IOHR is launching a campaign called “Not Born a Radical”, … Read more →

The International Observatory of Human Rights Launches Campaign Calling for Expansion of Community Sponsorship of Syrian Refugees scheme in the UK

The International Observatory of Human Rights, brought together the leading Canadian and UK practitioners in community sponsorship for the event The Benefits of Community Sponsorship of Syrian Refugees to call for the expansion of the scheme as part of the ongoing #BeARefugeeSponsor campaign. The UK Community Sponsorship scheme, gives local communities the opportunity to assume … Read more →

International Observatory of Human Rights and Sorbonne Human Rights Association organise event for imprisoned Cumhuriyet Turkish journalists

The International Observatory of Human Rights collaborated with the Sorbonne Human Rights Association in Paris to organise a panel discussion on ‘Freedom of Expression in Turkey – Cumhuriyet Case’ on February 12, 2018. The panel of experts and family members of detained journalists drew attention to the plight of the 17 Cumhuriyet employees accused by … Read more →

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