Iran Human Rights Monitor is a website that aims to draw the international community’s attention to human rights violations in Iran.
The group, which is made up of independent activists, began its activities in 2016.
It works in collaboration with the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and supports its goals.
Iran Human Rights Monitor compiles information and issues monthly reports on conditions of human rights in Iran including executions, deaths in custody, inhuman treatment and cruel punishments, arbitrary arrests, prison conditions, persecution of religious minorities, and the general violations of basic rights. The group also publishes special reports on human rights violations in Iran.
The Iranian regime’s systematic crimes started in the early 1980s, climaxed during the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners and continue to this date.
While many of the perpetrators of Iran’s 1988 massacre continue to hold senior positions in the regime with impunity, Iran HRM seeks to bring these perpetrators of crimes against humanity to justice. Iran HRM believes impunity emboldens the perpetrators to continue these atrocities.
Iran HRM campaigns for setting up a UN inquiry committee to investigate the 1988 massacre and obtain justice for the victims and their families.
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