Senior Research Associate
Tahirih Danesh is a Human Rights Researcher and Documenter specializing in the case of minorities in Iran. She is an independent consultant dedicated to in-depth investigation, research and documentation, analysis and reporting of human rights abuses in Iran; focusing on allegations of serious violations of human rights and international criminal law against minorities based on religion, ethnicity, gender or age; monitoring hate-based propaganda through Iranian media; promotion of public awareness of issues concerning democracy and human rights in Iran; and an advocate of human rights education for the younger generation of Iranians both in Iran and abroad.
- FPC Briefing: Terroracracy
- The Foreign Policy Centre Submission for the United Nations Universal Periodic Review: Iran
- Iran Human Rights Review: United Nations
- Iran Human Rights Review: Justice
- Iran Human Rights Review: Violence
- Iran Human Rights Review: Youth
- Iran Human Rights Review: Access to Information
- Iran Human Rights Review: Religion
- Persian (Farsi) translation of 'From Cradle to Coffin: A Report on Child Executions in Iran'
- From Cradle to Coffin: A Report on Child Executions in Iran
- A Revolution Without Rights? Women, Kurds and Baha'is Searching for Equality in Iran
- A Revolution Without Rights? Women, Kurds and Bahai's Searching for Equality in Iran (Executive Summary in Farsi)