Inside The Movement For Women’s Rights and Democracy in Iran

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In this episode, we are discussing women’s rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran with author and historian Dr. Nina Ansary, currently a visiting professor at the London School of Economics,¬†and democratization movements with PhD student and organizer Vahid Abedini.

They discuss the intricacies of navigating a government that restricts the right to organize, the connection between the women’s rights and democratization movements, and what’s next for human rights and democracy in Iran.

This podcast is the last podcast before the summer break at Yale, so podcasts may be sparse until September. It also marks the transition to next year’s leadership team.

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