Independent Human Rights Researcher
Tahirih Danesh is a Human Rights Researcher and Documenter specialising in the case of minorities in Iran and women throughout the Middle East and North Africa. She is an independent consultant dedicated to in-depth investigation, research and documentation, analysis and reporting of human rights abuses; 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 media; promotion of public awareness of issues and elements of enhancing a culture of human rights and development; and an advocate of human rights education among youth and women. Tahiri is currently the Coordinator at the Persia Educational Foundation.
She has worked, lived and studied in three continents and is fluent in Farsi and English. She is the author of many reports, articles, submissions, and books on the topic of human rights, and the chief editor of Iran Human Rights Review published through the UK think tank, The Foreign Policy Centre.
BASED IN: London, UK
LANGUAGES: English and Farsi
TAHIRIH IN PRINT
The Right to Education: The Case of the Bahá’ís in Iran – [Article starts page 216]
Belief systems in conflict is avoidable