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Documenting Human Rights in Iran: Evidence Collection Guide

Documenting Human Rights Abuses In Iran:
What To Do With The Evidence?

 

Obviously, evidence cannot help build a collective memory if only you, the collector, holds on to it. If you know of any local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that work on human rights issues, and conditions are safe, pass the evidence on to them. If possible, you can also contact international human rights organizations. You may submit evidence to IHRDC in a safe and secure manner on our submissions page or by mail to:

Iran Human Rights Documentation Center Submissions
129 Church Street, Suite 304
New Haven, CT 06511 U.S.A

The work of each and every Iranian in building our collective history is of the utmost importance. We hope this guide provides some useful information. Good luck and be safe!

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