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A Brief History of Ahwaz

The entire territory of Ahwaz covers 324,000 square kilometres and is bounded on the west by Iraq and on the southwest by the Arabian...

The Language of Repression: How Iran Silenced  Non-Persian peoples

  The UN’s International Mother Language Day, held every year on 21 February, emphasises the central nature of native languages in sustainable development. As the...

Ahwazi identity: between the past, and future

      Identity: A set of personal social, cultural, psychological, philosophical, environmental, and historical characteristics and components, implying an expressive psychological emphasis on the nature or...

In Ahwaz, buffaloes and people face a wretched slow extinction

 Despite the Iranian regime’s efforts to impose a media blackout, awareness is steadily increasing of the horrendous and rapidly worsening water crisis in the...

Enforcing Human Rights Treaties in Iran

Introduction This article is intended to provide an understanding of the Iranian state’s international human rights obligations towards individuals and groups living under Iranian jurisdiction....

The Sovereignty of Ahwaz Prior to its Occupation by Persia in 1925

  In the context of contemporary international law and relations, sovereignty is a complex concept in terms of its meaning, development and evolution, encompassing a...

Iran’s racial discrimination against Ahwazis through the eyes of international organisations

In the wake of World War Two, the field of international human rights law developed rapidly, beginning with the adoption of the United Nations’...

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