Advancing Peace and the Iranian-American Community.
NIAC is dedicated to building political power for the Iranian-American community to advance peace and diplomacy with Iran, secure equitable immigration policies, and protect the civil rights of all Americans.
Areas of Work
From being the trusted voice on U.S.- Iran relations, to pushing forth legislation that protects individuals of Iranian heritage from systematic discrimination, to celebrating our cultural heritage, NIAC creates a lasting impact in the lives of the members of our community.
Building Political Power
NIAC works to build political power so that Iranian Americans and our allies have influence on the decisions made by our government and can advance our values through civic and political engagement.
Advancing Peace & Diplomacy
An empowered Iranian-Americal community can advance policies that build precedent-setting infrastructures that incentivize peace and diplomacy, not only between the U.S. and Iran, but across the global stage.
Ensuring that Iranians have the same opportunities as other nationals to make the U.S. their home can only make our country greater.
Protecting Civil Rights
America's founders enshrined the inalienable rights of all people in our Constitution and Americans have fought for generations to secure and protect those rights.
Spotlighting Human Rights
Raising up the struggles faced by Iranian human rights defenders and holding the Iranian government to international human rights standards is essential to building a future in which the U.S. and Iran enjoy positive relations.
Community & Culture
NIAC takes immense pride in the rich tapestry that makes up the Iranian-American community and culture. Our heritage provides us common ground to grow as a community as we trailblaze in the U.S.
Since 2002, NIAC has grown to become the largest Iranian-American grassroots organization in the country, with supporters in all 50 states.Mission › Vision › People ›
Support our work
Your contribution to NIAC helps support our work to champion priorities of the Iranian-American community.
NIAC is funded by the Iranian-American community and prominent American foundations.NIAC does not receive funds from the United States government nor from the Iranian government.
Contributions made to NIAC are 100% tax deductible. Contributions made to NIAC Action are not tax-deductible.
Get involved with NIAC
We depend on our members’ active volunteer involvement to fulfill NIAC Action’s mission to advance peace and champion the priorities of the Iranian-American community.
Whether you’re a veteran grassroots organizer or brand new to the entire civic process, we have a role for you. Get involved with your regional NIAC chapter.
Become a NIAC Action Member
We work to maximize the political influence of Iranian Americans and the pro-peace community to ensure we have a powerful voice on the issues that matter to us most.
Becoming a NIAC Action member is completely free and gives you exclusive access to our electoral and political insights.
We are saddened to hear the confirmation of Mr. Levinson’s death and send our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones. Holding Americans for political concessions, as Iran clearly does, is unconscionable. While there remains little public information regarding the circumstances of Mr. Levinson’s death, we call once again on the Iranian government to uphold its international human rights obligations and unconditionally release all foreign nationals, dual citizens, and Iranians detained for political purposes.
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