Iran - Reports
Using a skillfully devised strategy, the regime's repressive policies have succeeded, says RSF report.
The scope of the government's crackdown on dissent since the disputed June 2009 elections is even broader than previously reported, says Human Rights Watch.
While many were arrested after the 2009 presidential election, a CPJ survey found that a campaign to detain independent and opposition journalists is ongoing.
Six months after Iran's disputed presidential election, authorities continue to censor news and information and persecute journalists.
ARTICLE 19 has provided a submission to the UN Human Rights Council raising concerns about Iran's failure to respect and promote freedom of expression.
The report describes mechanisms of censorship and makes specific demands to curb censorship through an "IPA Road Map for Freedom to Publish in Iran".
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