Iranian Studies Group at MIT
Women and Human Rights in Iran Since the 1997 Reform" A Lecture by Mehrangiz Kar
Monday February 28, 2005 5:00pm Location: E52-175
Mehrangiz Kar is a human rights lawyer, writer,essayist, and former editor of the now-banned Zan (Woman) literary review, who has published widely on women's issues in Iran. Her publications include Children of Addiction:
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