The world must not forget Mahsa Amini
It has been a year since Mahsa Amini died while in the custody of Iran’s “morality police,” leading to waves of protests across the country – and a subsequent crackdown by the country’s rulers against dissent, both offline and online. We’ve mapped some of the troubling trends in Iran’s digital authoritarian playbook.
ایران: هشدار در خصوص بازداشت گسترده مدافعان حقوق بشر در میان اعتراضات
Iran: alarm over mass arrests of human rights defenders amidst protests
Civil society call for an end to the deliberate violence and arrests against human rights defenders, journalists, and activists during the Iran protests
Stop suppressing the population: authorities in Iran must #KeepItOn
Access Now is outraged by the death in police custody of Mahsa Amini, and calls on authorities in Iran to reinstate internet access across the country.