CHRI’s 2018 Annual Report
For 10 years, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) has been working to support the basic rights and freedoms of the Iranian people and hold the Iranian government accountable to its international human rights obligations.
We’ve relentlessly investigated and documented rights violations, developed diverse and innovative platforms to deliver this information to a growing audience that ranges from global leaders to concerned citizens around the world, extensively informed international media, and worked with policymakers worldwide to generate pressure for change.
Central to CHRI’s work is our close collaboration with activists, journalists, lawyers, human rights defenders and other members of civil society, as well as other major human rights organizations, to help ensure the message of human rights reaches Iran where dissent is suppressed and criminalized and throughout the world where attention is often elsewhere.
Independent, nonpartisan and nonprofit, the New York-based CHRI is comprised of award-winning journalists, researchers, lawyers, activists and advocates based around the world who are dedicated to the rigorous and unwavering pursuit of human rights and dignity for all.
Download our 2018 annual report here.