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Iran: Teachers Gather to Protest Poor Rights

Iran: Teachers Gather to Protest Poor Rights

By INU Staff

INU - Active and retired Iranian teachers have been holding protests over the past few days. On Sunday 28th July, hundreds gathered in front of the Plan and Budget Organization (PBO) offices and in front of the Iranian Parliament building. They were calling for adjustment payments because of the massive rise in inflation.

Teachers were also protesting the previous day outside the Ministry of Education and PBO offices.

IRAN: Angry Protests Break out in Kermanshah After Officials Threaten to Cut Electricity to Those Living in Temporary Accommodation After 2017 Earthquake

IRAN: Angry Protests Break out in Kermanshah After Officials Threaten to Cut Electricity to Those Living in Temporary Accommodation After 2017 Earthquake

By INU Staff

INU - In November 2017, more than 600 people were killed and thousands injured in a powerful earthquake that hit Iran and Iraq. The 7.3 magnitude earthquake caused major devastation in the affected areas in Iran, and the Iranian government was criticised for leaving the people to fend for themselves in the aftermath.

Iranian Doctors in Gachsaran Protest Unpaid Wages

Iranian Doctors in Gachsaran Protest Unpaid Wages

By INU Staff

INU - A group of physicians in Val-Fajr special clinic in Gachsaran (In Kohkilouye and Boyerahamd province, southwest Iran) said they haven't received their salaries for eight months, and in protest, they refused to show up at the clinic for three days.

Iran: Domestic pressure will cause the regime to topple

Iran: Domestic pressure will cause the regime to topple

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian regime has been put under intense pressure by the international community in recent times, especially by the United States. The regime was not that long ago enjoying the so-called “golden years” when former U.S. President Barack Obama was in office. Obama wanted his major foreign policy legacy to be the Joint Comprehensive plan of Action (JCPOA), or 2015 Iran nuclear deal as it is more commonly referred to. He achieved this, but at a very high cost.

Dancing Students are the Latest Target in Iran’s War on “Infiltration”

Dancing Students are the Latest Target in Iran’s War on “Infiltration”

By Mahmoud Hakamian

In a sign of persistent tensions between the government and the citizenry in the Islamic Republic of Iran, hardline figures have focused their ire upon a series of social media posts showing young students dancing to popular music. According to Voice of America News, the Iranian Education Ministry responded on Tuesday with a statement that promised “legal consequences” for anyone who has broken the law by creating or disseminating the videos.

Iranians take to street in protest on May Day

Iranians take to street in protest on May Day

By INU Staff

INU - To mark International Workers’ Day on 1st May, many Iranians gathered outside the Iranian parliament building. Teachers’ associations and labour unions called on citizens to use the occasion to hold rallies in protests against the Iranian regime. They are also expected to hold rallies on 2nd May too.

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