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October 9, 2023

Progressive Voices Come Together for Iran: ‘A Powerful Condemnation of the Subjugation of Women’

In observance of the one-year anniversary of the “Woman, Life, Freedom” movement, Voices of Women for Change—a nonprofit women’s organization based in the U.S.—created a digital event to highlight the significance of this transformative movement in Iran and to emphasize the centrality of women’s roles (and resistance) since the inception of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979.
June 15, 2022

The Amnesty International Austria’s report of “From Evin with Love” exposition in Vienna

Amnesty - The exhibition "From Evin with Love" in Vienna's Folklore Museum in May, was touching, disturbing and in any case unusual. The exhibition presented handicrafts made by women, imprisoned in Tehran's notorious prisons.
December 23, 2018

October 2018: Feminist Pedagogy: Museums, Memorials and Practices of Remembrance (18-20 October 2018) & I. Asian and European women’s museums conference (21-22 October 2018) Istanbul

Women’s museum founders and researchers from Turkey, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Germany, Austria, Norway, USA, Spain, Argentina, United Kingdom, and Albania took part in the meeting.

April 2, 2018

“Iranian Women’s Movement Museum” inauguration: “From Evin With Love”

In light of International Women's Day, the exhibition "From Evin, With Love" will open on March 9, 2018 in The Hague, Netherlands, presenting the handicrafts of Imprisoned Iranian women activists. The exhibition will run through April 6, 2018 and will feature a number of prominent Iranian and foreign speakers as well as a performance by Nasrin Hobby & Ensemble.

April 2, 2018

EXHIBITIONS: From Evin, With Love

From Evin, With Love presents the handicrafts of imprisoned Iranian women activists from the Evin prison. These women are former human rights activists, lawyers, cartoonists, students, local politicians, but also regular citizens and mothers fighting for their rights. For this reason they have been imprisoned by the Iranian authorities. In the exhibition you see all kinds of random objects such as dolls, birds, sequined purses, patchwork mats and embroidered tablecloths. The women made these works during their imprisonment, expressing their clear desire for freedom.

EXHIBITIONS: From Evin, With Love
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