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Ecological Devastation in Ahwaz: A Story of Iran’s Colonial Exploitation

In a broader sense, colonialism exercises control and brings destruction to societies, both individually and collectively, and to their surrounding environment. Within the scope...

Ahwazi Children Face Discrimination in Iran’s Education System

  This comprehensive report seeks to shed light on the underlying causes contributing to the poor education system in Ahwaz. It strives to elucidate...

Iran’s Concrete Barriers and Spatial Segregation System in Ahwaz

Segregation Policy in Ahwaz: The Iranian Regime's Relentless Racism Against Ahwazi Arabs On July 10, 1979, the Chicago Tribune published a report by journalist Richard...

Ahwaz’ Street Children: Old Before Their Time  

Twelve-year-old Samer stands at a busy junction in the centre of Ahwaz, holding a towel and glass polish. When the traffic light turns red,...

Ahwazis Endure Water Shortages and Power Cuts at Iranian Regime’s Hands as Temperatures Rise to 50C

Introduction Access to clean, affordable, and safe drinking water is a fundamental human right recognised by the United Nations and is Goal Number 6 of...

Ending Iran’s Systemic Violation of South Azerbaijani Women’s Rights Needs Real International Support

The shocking mass poisoning of schoolgirls in Iran has caused an unprecedented human rights scandal, generating widespread concern both domestically and internationally. Between November...

44 Years On Iran’s Carnage: Ahwazi Arabs Victims Continue to Cry Out for Justice

44 years on the massacre of Muhammarah city in the Ahwaz region  30 May marks the sombre annual anniversary of one of the Iranian regime’s...

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