Iranian human rights activist Ladan Boroumand describes the numerous rights violations perpetrated by the regime, including the execution of her father, a lawyer and human rights defender. Boroumand explains how she and her sister developed a unique database system, Omid, to document the dictatorship’scrimes. With the project, she aspires to give the victims the rights and universal recognition they were not granted in life. She also spotlights the individual cases of activists still imprisoned inside the country, hoping to galvanize members of the international community to take action to assist those still struggling for human rights in Iran.
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