The International Alliance for Peace and Development issued a report about Violence Against Women in Iran in conjunction with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women to stop and raise awareness of abuses against women.
this year’s International Day will mark the launch of 16 days of activism that will conclude on 10 December 2019, which is International Human Rights Day.
On this occasion, and within the framework of the interest of the International Alliance for Peace and Development (Geneva) in women’s issues with great concern for the various types and patterns of violence against them throughout the world, especially in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Iranian women suffer from violence and discrimination as a result of the perceived inferiority of all official bodies in the state, reinforced by their inferior status in Iranian culture. The Iranian society considers women as second-class citizens in political, social and economic rights and duties. The inferiority of Iranian women is reflected in their social and family status, whereas they suffer from physical violence, whether by husbands, family or official bodies; which appears in several areas