The 80th Number of Peace Line Monthly Was Published

Posted on: March 3rd, 2018

HARANA News Agency – The 80th issue of Peace Line monthly, with a focus on the economic problems of the “wage-earning class”, and especially the accumulation of wage arrears with the participation of a large number of civic activists, was published.

In the special essay of the eighteenth issue of the Peace Line Monthly, entitled “Unpaid wages of a Social Class” areas of the accumulation of wage demands of the working class in Iran and its implications have been addressed. (more…)

79th Number of Peace Line Monthly Was Published

Posted on: February 8th, 2018

HRANA News Agency – In the special case of the seventy-ninth issue of the “Peace Line Monthly, titled “Non-Regulatory Custodian”, the growing power of the Basij forces and its impact on society have been discussed.

In this regard, a conversation has been held with Hussein Raisi, a lawyer and professor at the University of Colton in Canada. In this discussion, the judicial authorities have been examined in accordance with the new Criminal Procedure Code and the reasons why the Basijis have been identified as law enforcement forces in the present situation. (more…)

The 78th Number of Peace Line Was Published

Posted on: January 31st, 2018

HRANA News Agency – The seventy-eighth number of the Peace Line was published with the participation of a group of Iranian civil activists.

The title of the special case of the seventy-eighth number of Peace Line is freedom of assembly. The right which has been emphasized in many human rights treaties, especially the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, as a basic right, but in Iran, this right is not recognized, at least in the scene of action, by the government. So many people have been sent to prisons simply because of the use of this right. (more…)

The 77th Number of Peace Line Monthly Was Published

Posted on: December 26th, 2017

HRANA News Agency – The 77th number of Peace Line monthly was published with the help of a group of civil activists of Iran.

The nature and purpose of dealing with the “Erfan-e-Halghe” group by the Iranian security forces and specifically the death sentence for Mohammad Ali Taheri, the founder of this group, has been discussed in the Special Case of this 77th issue with the title of “Confused Mysticists”. (more…)

The 76th Number of Peace Line Monthly Was Published

Posted on: October 27th, 2017

HRANA News Agency – The seventy-sixth number of the Peace Line was published with the participation of a group of Iranian civil activists.

In the special case of the seventy-sixth number of the Peace Line Monthly we have explained the reason of restrictions on music in Iran and in particular the dilemma of the cancellation and closure of concerts in different cities of the country which since the middle of Hassan Rouhani’s first cabinet has increased in the number and has been done in a more organized way. (more…)

The 74th Issue of Peace Line Monthly Was Published

Posted on: September 13th, 2017

HRANA News Agency – The 74th issue of Peace Line monthly was published with the help of a group of civil activists of Iran.

In the Special Case of this issue with the title of “unemployment against internship”, the topic of unemployment and specifically the internship bill that was recently executed by ministry of labor, has been discussed. (more…)

The 71st Number of Peace Line Monthly Was Published

Posted on: July 13th, 2017

HRANA News Agency – The seventy-first issue of the Khate Solh (Peace Line) magazine was published.

In the specific case of this issue of Khate Solh with the title of “women’s role in Iranian cinema”, women’s status in the cinema of the country, and legal-social status in the implementation of human rights have been studied. (more…)

The 68th Number of Peace Line Monthly Published

Posted on: February 4th, 2017

HRANA News Agency – The 68th issue of Khat-e-Solh (means Peace Line), specialized monthly about Human Rights was published.

In this issue, titled with “Child and Protection Out-of-Home” we have addressed all forms of violence against children in public places such as streets, schools and sport fields. (more…)