Frequently Asked Questions
How can your work affect the state of human rights in Iran?
By providing firsthand and accurate information channeled into articles, reports, videos and other products, engaging in extensive media outreach to spread this knowledge, and undertaking direct advocacy with decision makers around the globe, CHRI informs and draws attention to human rights violations in Iran. Through our extensive Farsi-language work and outreach, we work to expand the discussion of human rights in Iran, strengthening the ability of Iranian civil society to advance human rights. Only an informed international and Iranian community can effectively hold Iranian authorities accountable for their human rights violations.
Are you affiliated with any political party or any government?
No. We are an independent, non-political, non-partisan, non-governmental and nonprofit organization.
Where are you located?
CHRI is headquartered in New York, with staff spread out over the globe researching, writing, and contributing to CHRI’s work supporting human rights in Iran.
How can I get involved?
Spend some time getting to know the human rights issues in Iran. There is a lot of information available on our website, and you can always stay up-to-date with human rights in Iran by reading our latest news. To read more, check out our briefings and reports on our publications page, and view our videos.
As we are a 501(c)3 charity non-profit organization, you can always help us by making a tax-deductible donation to support and expand our work. Donate today to help us keep championing human rights in Iran.
Help us raise awareness of human rights issues in Iran by covering our work. If you write for a blog or a newspaper, or you are hosting an event and want expert commentary, contact us.
If you have firsthand information about human rights violations in Iran, please get in touch with us. In your email, describe the situation in as much detail as possible and please let us know how you acquired the information.
The more people know about the human rights situation in Iran, the more pressure we exert on the government to change its policies. Share our work on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to spread the word.
For a detailed list of actions you can take to help support protesters and human rights in Iran, click here.
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