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Answering the Iranian People's Call for Human Rights

DAS Suzanne NosselU.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations Suzanne Nossel made the case for a UN
human rights monitor at NIAC's human rights conference.

NIAC was a leader in the campaign to establish an independent UN human rights monitor on Iran.  NIAC's work was instrumental in securing strong US and international support for establishing a human rights monitor to provide greater transparency and to protect victims of abuses by focusing international attention and scrutiny on the Iranian government’s human rights violations.

NIAC spearheaded key actions to secure this tangible victory for human rights in Iran, including:

You can watch U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations Suzanne Nossel and Swedish Ambassador Jonas Hafström call for a UN human rights monitor on Iran at NIAC's Capitol Hill conference below:


Additional videos from NIAC's Capitol Hill conference:

Nazila Fathi

 

Human Rights Panel

 

Ellison

Nazila Fathi, former Iran-based New York Times correspondent   Panel discussion with experts from Human Rights Watch, RAND, and the University of Denver   Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), Original sponsor of the Stand With the Iranian People Act