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 NGOs - Social Emergency
Social Emergency
The control and reduction of individual, family and social crises, replacement of police and judicial interventions with psychological and social...
 NGOs - Family Doctor Programme
Family Doctor Programme
Numerous articles of the Constitution law and legal system of the Islamic Republic of Iran recognise health as a fundamental right. In this regard in the...
 NGOs - Citizen’s Rights and People’s Demands
Citizen’s Rights and People’s Demands
The Citizen’s Rights Charter has been designed for the purpose of the “government’s programme and policy” which is the main subject of article 134 of the...
 NGOs - Freedom of Information Act
Freedom of Information Act
Free access to information in developed and developing societies is one of the tools and precursors of democracy and human rights, is used to prevent...
 NGOs - Social Base for Combatting Child Marriage
Social Base for Combatting Child Marriage
Regarding the child marriage phenomenon, the director general of East Azerbaijan Provincial Government’s Women and Family Affairs said: “We have had...
 NGOs - The Child Labour and Street Children Problem
The Child Labour and Street Children Problem
On the subject of children, in each province on average there are 10 to 15 NGOs and charities related to children, and many are active on children nationwide...
 NGOs - New Execution Restriction Law in Iran
New Execution Restriction Law in Iran
Following the ratification of legislation by the Islamic Parliament regarding amendment of the Anti-Narcotics law, which was on 19 October by the Guardian...
 NGOs - Trump and Human Rights
Trump and Human Rights
Donald Trump’s election as US president after a campaign fomenting hatred and intolerance, and the rising influence of political parties in Europe that...
 NGOs - Bahrain and the Universal Periodic Review
Bahrain and the Universal Periodic Review
The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process which involves a periodic review of the human rights records of all 193 UN Member States.