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224 organizations and 65 personalities have issued an urgent appeal to the international community to stop the Iranian regime’s brutal violence against peaceful demonstrators.

06:58 - 21/10/2022

224 organizations and 65 personalities have issued an urgent appeal to the international community to stop the Iranian regime’s brutal violence against peaceful demonstrators.

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Urgent joint appeal to the international community: Stop Iranian regime’s brutal oppression of peaceful protesters

October 18, 2022

We, the undersigned representatives of World Civil society, human rights activists, and intellectuals, from across the world, strongly urge all governments, as well as regional and international organizations, to clearly and unequivocally denounce the ongoing violent crackdown against the public protests and demands for democratic reform and government accountability that have been occurring across Iran.

The Iranian government has responded to protests with excessive force. This has included widespread use of beatings, arbitrary detentions and the use of rubber bullets and allegedly live ammunition against unarmed civilians, resulting in over a deaths.

With the strong risk that repression, violence and instability in Iran could escalate to unprecedented levels in the coming days, it is critical that individual governments from all regions of the world urgently exert strong and concerted pressure on the Iranian Regime to curb human rights abuses against Kurdish activists.

We call on the United Nations, its Member States and regional bodies to condemn the serious and widespread human rights violations carried out by the Iranian authorities against Kurdish civilians throughout the country. The international community must remind the Iranian government of its international human rights obligations, urge it to fully respect the rights to peaceful assembly, freedom of movement and freedom of expression, and support the demands of the Kurdish peoples in Iran.

The death of Jina (Mahsa) Amini, a young Kurdish girl who was murdered under the custody of the Iranian morality police in Tehran, sparked an unprecedented movement of public protest and uprising across Iran. The movement first started in her hometown in Kurdistan and spread all over Iran. The progressive ‘Woman-Life-Freedom’ movement not only objects to the compulsory Islamic hijab and other restrictions on Iranian women, but also asks for the restoration of basic human rights for all Iranians.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has exercised an unbridled and inhumane violence against the protesters across the country, especially in the regions inhabited by ethnic communities such as Kurds, and Baluchs. According to the Iran Human Rights Group, at least 244 people including 34 children have been killed by the security forces of the regime. The regime has used warzone weapons such as helicopters to crush protesters in the city of Zahedan in Baluchistan province last week. Currently, a brutal campaign of intimidation against the local population is undertaken in the city of Sanandaj in Kurdistan province involving the perpetration of acts that amount to crimes against humanity. Having the city under siege, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) opens fire directly at protesters in the streets and civilians in their homes. Dozens of deaths are reported, and numerous civilians including hundreds of children have been kidnapped. Hospitals are banned from taking injured protesters.

As the peaceful demonstrations continue all over Iran, the unbridled violence by regime forces is increasing daily in the Kurdish cities of Iran. By resorting to a larger scale of oppression in Kurdish regions, the regime is trying to divert attention from demonstrations in major cities of Iran. In an act of revenge and instigation to militarize the progressive movement, the Iranian military is bombarding the bases of the Iranian Kurdish political parties exiled in Iraqi Kurdistan. During a series of missile and drone strikes on September 28th, dozens of Iranian Kurdish civilians, including women and children were killed and injured. This is a clear act of war crime and disrespect for international laws. The regime is amassing more forces in the Kurdish regions, especially on the borders, indicating that the regime is preparing for a potential full-scale war in the region.

Halting the excessive use of violence by the regime requires the intervention of the international community. We, the signatories of the present urgent appeal, draw the attention of the international community to the seriousness of the situation. Effective and immediate international measures are needed to protect civilians. These measures may include:

● Convening an extraordinary meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss measures towards protecting Iranian civilians against the regime’s brutal suppression of protestors all over the country.

● Dispatching an independent committee under the auspices of the UN Human Rights Council to investigate the excessive use of violence and torture in the Iranian Kurdish and Baluchi regions.

● Using all possible means to force the Iranian regime to stop its campaign of systematic

oppression and violence, and allow the international humanitarian agencies access to the Kurdish and Baluchi regions.

● Reducing the level of diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic and making the resumption of negotiations on the nuclear deal conditioned on immediate ending the repression of demonstrators and the release of the prisoners related to these protests as well as all political prisoners.

● Using any economic pressure to limit the margin of action of Iranian officials directly involved in the repression of demonstrators and in the regime’s military maneuvers against Kurdish resistance based in Iraqi Kurdistan.

This joint appeal is supported by following ECOSOC Accredited organizations:

1. ABC Tamil Oli

2. Action of Human Movement (AHM)

3. Association Burkinabé pour la Survie de l’Enfance

4. ASSOCIATION CULTURELLE DES TAMOULS EN France

5. Association Pour le Droit de l’Homme et le Développement Durable (ADHDD)

6. Association des étudiants tamouls de France

7. Association pour la défense des droits de l’homme et des revendications

8. Association pour la défense des droits de l’homme et des revendications démocratiques/culturelles du peuple Azerbaidjanais-Iran – «ARC»

9. Association pour les Victimes Du Monde

10. Association Thendral

11. Centre Zagros pour les Droits de l’Homme

12. Fitilla

13. International Yazidis Foundation for the Prevention of Genocide

14. Jeunesse Etudiante Tamoule

15. Le Pont

16. Les Caribous Libérés

17. Tamil Uzhagam

18. Tripla Difesa Onlus Guardie – Sicurezza Sociale e Ecozoofila

 

This Joint appeal is supported by following organizations without ECOSOC :

  1. D.A.M. ASSOCIATION D’AIDE AUX MIGRANTS
  2. M.I.C.A.D.H.O. (ASSOCIATION MILITANTE POUR LA CONNAISSANCE ET LA
  3. DIFFUSION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME).
  4. ACT’ SOLIDARITE INTERNATIONALE POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME (ASIDH).
  5. Action contre les Violations des Droits Humains
  6. ACTION DE LA JEUNESSE POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE
  7. Action des Chrétiens Pour les droits de l’homme
  8. Action des chrétiens pour les Droits Humains
  9. Action for education and the Promotion of women
  10. Action for Protection of Child Rights
  11. Action pour la Protection des Droits de l’Enfant
  12. Action Pour l’Education au Développement Durable et aux Droits Humains
  13. ACTION SRI LANKA
  14. ACTIONS ECOLOGIQUES FRANÇAISES
  15. ACTIONS ET DROITS POUR LES FEMMES EXILEES ET MIGRANTES
  16. Actions et Droits pour les Femmes Exilées et Migrantes
  17. ACTIONS POUR LA PROTECTION ET LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  18. Advocates for Justice and Human Rights
  19. Advocates for Peace and Human Rights
  20. AGARAM
  21. AGARAM TRANSLATION SERVICES (AGARAM TS)
  22. Agence Internationale des Droits de l’Homme
  23. AIDE CITOYENNE ET DEVELOPPEMENT CONCERTE
  24. AJACCIO HUMAN RIGHTS CENTER
  25. ALLIANCE DES JURISTES POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  26. Alliance internationale contre le génocide
  27. ALLIANCE INTERNATIONALE CONTRE LE GENOCIDE DES TAMOULS
  28. Alliance Internationale de Défense des Droits Humains
  29. ALLIANCE INTERNATIONALE DES JOURNALISTES
  30. ALLIANCE INTERNATIONALE POUR LA JUSTICE
  31. Alliance for Minority Rights
  32. Alliance internationale pour la liberté de Tamil Eelam
  33. Alliance of Lawyers for Human Rights
  34. ALLIANCE POUR LA JUSTICE INTERNATIONALE (A.J.I.).
  35. ALLIANCE POUR LA JUSTICE INTERNATIONALE (AJI)
  36. ASSE : ACTION DE SOLIDARITE ET DE SOUTIEN AUX ETUDIANTS
  37. ASSOCIATION CARITATIVE ETUDIANTE POUR LA JEUNESSE
  38. ASSOCIATION CULTURE FEMMES
  39. ASSOCIATION DE DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  40. ASSOCIATION DE DEFENSE DES DROITS DES ENFANTS
  41. Association de Défense des Droits des Enfants
  42. ASSOCIATION DE DEFENSE DES DROITS HUMAINS EN SORBONNE
  43. ASSOCIATION DE DEFENSE ET DE PROMOTION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  44. ADEAGE
  45. ASSOCIATION DE LA SOLIDARITÉ DES ETUDIANTS DE BORDEAUX
  46. ASSOCIATION DE SOLIDARITE BORDEAUX
  47. ASSOCIATION DE SOLIDARITÉ INTERNATIONALE POUR LE
  48. DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE
  49. ASSOCIATION DES ANONYMES ET PERSÉCUTES DU GÉNOCIDE TAMOULE
  50. Association des Artistes du Monde
  51. ASSOCIATION DES CHRETIENS TAMOULS DE FRANCE
  52. ASSOCIATION DES CHRETIENS TAMOULS POUR LA PAIX ET JUSTICE
  53. ASSOCIATION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME DE CHARENTE
  54. Association des Droits de l’Homme de Nevers
  55. Association des élèves et étudiants Tamouls en France
  56. ASSOCIATION DES ETUDIANTS AFRICAINS DE LA SORBONNE (ADEAS).
  57. ASSOCIATION DES ETUDIANTS POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME ASEDH.
  58. ASSOCIATION DES FEMMES POUR LA LUTTE CONTRE LA PAUVRETE
  59. ASSOCIATION DES FEMMES SOLIDAIRES DU MONDE
  60. ASSOCIATION DES JEUNES DE LA DIASPORA TAMOUL
  61. ASSOCIATION DES JEUNES DU VILLAGE
  62. Association des Journalistes en Exil
  63. ASSOCIATION DES JURISTES SPECIALISES EN DROITS ETRANGERS (A.J.S.D.E.).
  64. ASSOCIATION DROIT ET TALENTS DE FEMMES
  65. ASSOCIATION ESPOIR DES SOCIETES POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE (AESD)
  66. ASSOCIATION FEMMES DE LA MEDIATION
  67. ASSOCIATION FEMMES SOLIDAIRES (AFS).
  68. Association for Independence of Judges and Lawyers
  69. ASSOCIATION FOR PREVENTION AND INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY (APSI).
  70. Association Free Tamil Eelam
  71. Association Humaniste de France
  72. ASSOCIATION HUMANITAIRE FRANCO-SRI LANKAISE
  73. Association International pour le Développement Economique et Social
  74. Association Internationale Contre les Disparitions forcées
  75. ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DES ETUDIANTS ETRANGERS (AIEE)
  76. ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DES JOURNALISTES INDEPENDANTS
  77. ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DES JOURNALISTES INDEPENDANTS (AIJI).
  78. ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE POUR LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME (IADHR)
  79. ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE POUR LA PROMOTION DE LA SANTE ET
  80. LE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE-S2D
  81. ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT
  82. ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL DU TAMIL EELAM
  83. ASSOCIATION JEUNESSE INSERTION SOLIDARITE-AJIS.
  84. ASSOCIATION LUTTE CONTRE LA VIOLENCE FAITE AUX FEMMES
  85. ASSOCIATION LYONNAISE DES ETUDIANTS EN DROIT DE L’HOMME (ALEDH)
  86. ASSOCIATION MONDIALE POUR LA JUSTICE ET LE DROIT DES VICTIMES
  87. ASSOCIATION POUR LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DES CITOYENS – A.D.D.C.
  88. ASSOCIATION POUR LA DIFFUSION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME DANS
  89. L’UNIVERSITE DE LYON (ADDHUL)
  90. ASSOCIATION POUR LA JUSTICE PENALE INTERNATIONALE (A.J.P.I.)
  91. ASSOCIATION POUR LA PREVENTION ET LA SOLIDARITE INTERNATIONALE (APSI).
  92. ASSOCIATION POUR LA SOLIDARITE ETUDIANTE EN FRANCE
  93. ASSOCIATION POUR LA SOLIDARITE FRANCE-AFRIQUE
  94. Association Pour la Solidarité Internationale (ASI)
  95. ASSOCIATION POUR LE DROIT DE L’HOMME ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT
  96. DURABLE (Colombes)
  97. Association pour le droit des étrangers
  98. ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATIVE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME EN FRANCE
  99. ASSOCIATION SAINTE-MARIE DE NAVANTHURAI
  100. ASSOCIATION SOLIDARITE SANS FRONTIERE ET D’EDUCATION
  101. ASSOCIATION SOLIDARITE SANS FRONTIERE ET D’EDUCATION (ASSFE).
  102. ASSOCIATION TAMIL UZHAGAM
  103. ASSOCIATION THENDRAL
  104. Association Culturelle Zagros – Belgique
  105. Académie de coopération interculturelle – Allemagne
  106. Association kurde de l’Ouest canadien
  107. CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS
  108. Centre Bishop Rayappu Joseph pour la Justice et la paix
  109. CENTRE D’ACCÈS POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME (CADH)
  110. CENTRE DE LA PROMOTION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  111. CENTRE DE LA SORBONNE POUR LE DROIT INTERNATIONAL ET LES
  112. CENTRE DE PROTECTION DE TAMIL EELAM
  113. Centre de Recherche sur les Droits de l’Homme
  114. CENTRE EUROPÉEN POUR LA PAIX ET JUSTICE
  115. Centre for Advocacy and Human Development
  116. Centre for Human Rights Advocacy
  117. Centre for Human Rights Defenders (CHRD)
  118. CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DE RECHERCHE SUR LA PAIX ET JUSTICE
  119. CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  120. CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  121. CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DES ÉTUDES STRATÉGIQUES ET POLITIQUES
  122. Centre Tamoul pour les droits de l’homme et la démocratie
  123. Centre des écrivains du Kurdistan
  124. Centre Chuarbakh
  125. Centre Roji kurd, France
  126. Centre des femmes kurdes à Cologne – Allemagne
  127. Centre de la diaspora du Kurdistan
  128. CITOYENS EN ACTION
  129. Confédération de la diaspora kurde
  130. COALITION OF WORLD TAMIL ORGANIZATIONS
  131. COLLECTIF DE FEMMES POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME – CFDH
  132. COMITE INTERNATIONAL DE COORDINATION HUMANITAIRE (C.I.C.H.).
  133. CONSEIL NATIONAL DES DROITS DE L’HOMME ET DU CITOYEN
  134. COORDINATION INTERNATIONAL DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  135. ETUDIANTS POUR UNE SOCIETE DURABLE PARIS
  136. Europeans Tamils for Justice and Peace
  137. Equality for All Organization
  138. FEDERATION DES JEUNES POUR LA COUR PENALE INTERNATIONALE
  139. FEDERATION ETUDIANTE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME (FEDH)
  140. Federation of Global Tamil Organizations
  141. Fédération des associations kurdes de Belgique – Composée de 6 organisations
  142. Fédération des associations kurdes de France – composée de 13 organisations
  143. FORUM FOR THE DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS FRANCE FDHR
  144. French for Democracy & Human Rights
  145. GLOBAL TAMIL MOUVEMENT
  146. Gouvernement en Exil du Tamil Eelam
  147. Green-Eye Organization
  148. HANA human rights organization
  149. Hevi – Société allemande
  150. Initiative de la Fédération kurde des Pays-Bas – composée de 5 organisations
  151. International Alliance Against Genocide
  152. INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE AGAINST TAMILS GENOCIDE AND FREE
  153. TAMIL EELAM
  154. International Alliance for the Defense of Human Rights,
  155. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  156. International Association for the Promotion of Health and Sustainable Development-
  157. S2D
  158. International Center for Peace and Justice – ICPJ
  159. International Centre for Right to Self determination
  160. INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TAMIL EELAM
  161. International Federation for Child Rights
  162. Kurdish-Swiss Alliance
  163. LE COLLECTIF LA PAIX AU SRI LANKA
  164. LE CONSEIL INTERNATIONAL POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  165. LES AMIS DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  166. LIGUE EUROPEENNE POUR LA PROTECTION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  167. LIGUE EUROPEENNE POUR LA PROTECTION DES DROITS DE L’HOMME
  168. MAISON DES CITOYENS DU MONDE
  169. MEDIAS POUR LA PAIX ET JUSTICE
  170. Mouvement Associatif des Jeunes et des Etudiants
  171. Mouvement d’action humaine
  172. NIÈVRE ACTION DROIT DE L’HOMME
  173. NORTH-EAST DEVELOPPMENT AGENCY
  174. North-East Secretariat on Human Rights
  175. Organisation mondiale kurde – Allemagne
  176. Organisation mondiale kurde – Suède
  177. Organisation des droits de l’homme du Kurdistan
  178. Organisation Glenna – Finlande
  179. Organisation du Kurdistan-USA
  180. Organisation du Kurdistan-USA
  181. Projet démocratique du Kurdistan d’Iran
  182. Réseau de coordination des organisations (CNO) dans le Sud – composé de 60 organisations
  183. Radio kurde – Pays-Bas
  184. Rencontre pour la Paix et les Droits de l’Homme
  185. Réseau International pour les Droits de l’Homme et de l’Etat de Droit
  186. RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES
  187. Shelter Organisation – Allemagne
  188. SOLIDARITE INTERNATIONALE SANTE-LOGISTIQUE HUMANITAIRE
  189. SOLIDARITE JEUNES ETUDIANTS
  190. Solidarité Internationale pour la Paix – ASIP
  191. South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF)
  192. STUDENTS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
  193. Tamil Eelam Football Federation
  194. Tamil Eelam Olympic Committee
  195. TAMIL EELAM PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
  196. TAMIL RIGHTS ACTION FORUM
  197. TAMIL-STYLE (T-STYLE)
  198. Tair-Al-Amal Association
  199. Tribunal du Kurdistan
  200. Union des femmes du Kurdistan – Suède
  201. VENT 2 SABLES
  202. WOMEN’S COLLECTIVE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS – CFDH
  203. WORLD ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE AND VICTIMS ‘LAW
  204. World Tamil Parliamentarians Association
  205. WORLD WOMEN SOLIDARITY ASSOCIATION
  206. Youth Action for Development and Human Rights

 

This Joint appeal is supported by following intellectuals :

1. Avram Noam Chomsky, Professor, linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historical essayist, social critic, and political activist, USA

2. David Romano, Professor, Thomas G. Strong Professor of Middle East Studies, Missouri State University, USA

3. Behrouz Boochani, Journalist, Human Rights Defender, Writer, and Film Producer, New

Zealand 4. Abbas Vali (Emeritus), Professor, Dept. Sociology, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey

5. Adiba Isa, PhD, Staff Scientist at Thermofisher Scientific, Denmark

6. Ahmad Mohammadpour, PhD, Assistant Prof. of Anthropology & Sociology, Troy University, Alabama, USA

7. Alan Fotoohi, MD, PhD in experimental oncology, Consultant Clinical pharmacologist and

Researcher, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

8. Allan Hassaniyan, PhD, Lecturer in Middle East Studies, University of Exeter, UK

9. Almas Heshmati, Professor of Economics, Jönköping University, Sweden

10. Amineh Kakabaveh, Politician, Sweden

11. Arash Ahmadi, Professor, PhD in Electronics, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

12. Arezu Jahani-Asl, PhD, Associate Professor, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada

13. Arndis Anna Kristinardottir Gunnarsdottir, member of the Icelandic parliament, Iceland

14. Asso Hassan Zadeh, PhD, Global Studies Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

15. Ava Homa, Author, Journalist, Activist, California, USA

16. Baban Eliassi, PhD in Sociology and Political Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland

17. Barzoo Eliassi, Professor, Department of Social Work, Linnaeus University, Sweden

18. Bettina Koch, Professor, Virginia Tech- Political Science, Virginia, USA

19. Brittany Bowman, PhD, Staff Scientist, University of Michigan, Michigan, USA

20. Choman Hardi, PhD, Associate Professor, American University of Iraq, Sulaymani, Kurdistan

Region, Iraq

21. Dennis Goldfarb, Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, Washington University, USA

22. Diako Ebrahimi, Assistant Professor, Texas Biomedical Research Institute, USA

23. Einar S. Björnsson, Professor , MD, PhD, Chief of The Department of Internal Medicine,

Landspítali University Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, University of Iceland, Iceland

24. Ebrahim Karimi, Professor, Canada Research Chair and Co-director of Nexus for Quantum Technologies, University of Ottawa, Canada

25. Eyal Gottlieb, Professor, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

26. Faraz Firouzi, LL.M., PhD Researcher, Univeristät Hamburg, Human Rights Lawyer, Legal

Advisor of Hengaw Organization for Human Rights, Hamburg, Germany

27. Farhad Khosravi, Chairman & CEO, ImperativeCare, Inc. Campbell, CA, USA

28. Harald Stenmark, Professor at Centre of Molecular Inflammation Research, University of

Oslo, Norway

29. Hardy Mède, PhD, Researcher at the European Center for Sociology and Political Science

(CESSP) and Co-President of the Center for Research on the Arab World (CEMA),France

30. Hashem Ahmadzadeh, Associated Professor, Uppsala University, Sweden

31. Hazhar Ahmed Abdulghafur (Rahimi), Assistant Professor of Literature, Soran University,

Kurdistan Region, Iraq

32. Idris Ahmedi, PhD, Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Karlstad University,

Sweden

33. Jaffer Sheyholislami, School of Linguistics and Language Studies, Carleton University, Canada

34. Jamal Mamkhezri, Assistant Professor of Economics Associate Director, MA Economics

Program, New Mexico State University, USA

35. Jamileh Hashemi, Associate Professor of experimental immuno-oncology, Uppsala University, Sweden

36. Jón Ingvar Kjaran, Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Iceland, Iceland

37. Kamal Soleimani, Professor, PhD in Islamic and Middle Eastern History, Professor-

Researcher at El Colegio de Mexico

38. Kamran Matin, Associate professor of International Relations, University of Sussex, England

39. Kamran Qaderi, PhD, Founder at Pacific Light & Hologram, Inc., California, USA

40. Khalid Khayati, PhD, Senior University Lecturer, Linköping University, Sweden

41. Kouhyar Tavakolian, Professor, Director of Biomedical Engineering, the University of North Dakota, USA

42. Kurdo Baksi, Journalist, Social commentator and Author, Recipient of the Olof Palme Peace Prize (2000), Sweden

43. Meaghan Dee, Associate Professor, Graphic Design, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), USA

44. Lawen Redar, Member of Swedish Parliament and Social Democratic Party, Sweden

45. Michael Gunter, Professor, Tennessee Technological University, Professor of Political

Science, USA

46. Mohammad Zarei, PhD, Research Scientist, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State

University (Virginia Tech), USA

47. Nasser Seyd Ahmadi, MD, PhD, Capio Sverige, Gothenburg, Sweden

48. Nazand Begikhani, PhD, Vincent Wright Chair Visiting Professor, Sciences PO, Paris, France

49. Omid Fotouhi, PhD, Researcher, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

50. Parwez Rahim Qader, PhD in National Security Studies, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

51. Pershang Farshi, Scientist and Business Development, ProMab Technologies Inc. Richmond, California, USA

52. Peyman Fasahati, PhD. Air Products, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA

53. Rahim Surkhi, Assistant Professor in Linguistics, Canada

54. Reza Nejadiyan, Activist, Sweden

55. Reza Ovissipour, Assistant Professor of Food Science and Technology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), USA

56. Rojyar Khezri, PhD, postdoc, Oslo University, Oslo, Norway

57. Saladdin Ahmed, Professor, Union College, Schenectady, New York, USA

58. Sasan Amjadi, Political analyst, Switzerland

59. Sergio Grinstein, Professor, PhD in Biochemistry, The Hospital for Sick Children Research

Institute, University of Toronto, Canada

60. Sherko Kirmanj, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Koya University, Kurdistan Region, Iraq British

Academy Bilateral Chair in Education, Conflict and Crisis, Ulster University, UK

61. Shoresh Soltani, PhD, Research Engineer, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University, Sweden

62. Shukria Bradost, PhD, International Security, Virginia Tech University, USA

63. Teresa Zimmers, HH Gregg Professor of Cancer Research and Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

64. Timothy Allen, PhD, Memorial Sloan associate professor clinical affairs, USA

65. Leonardo R. Pérez , PhD, International Human Rights Advocate

 

 

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