On Saturday 31st July thousands of the Anglo-Iranian diaspora marched in London in support of the people's uprisings in Iran. This protest was the final in a series of 6 worldwide protests showing solidarity with the Iranian people and their nationwide protests in Iran.

Prominent politicians such as Matthew Offord MP, chairman of the British Committee for Iran Freedom; Struan Stevenson, coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change; Senator Catherine Noone, Deputy Leader of the Irish Senate; Senator Gerry Horkan of Ireland; Roger Godsiff MP; Paulo Casaca, former MEP; Brian Binley, former MP; Roger Lyons, former President of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in the United Kingdom and Denise Lester from The Law Society of England and Wales.

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Members of the Anglo-Iranian communities gathered in front of Downing Street, London, in a bid to urge the Prime Minister to place pressure on the Iranian regime to release the detained steelworkers in Iran. The workers have entered their seventh week of strikes and protests in the country's southern Khuzestan province.

They called for better changes to their working conditions as well as the payment of wages previously unpaid for the last 6 months.

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On Saturday, 19 November, the Association of Women and Youth Against Fundamentalism including other Iranian organisations, the human rights activists will highlight and condemn the alarming rate of executions in Iran at a rally in Trafalgar Square.

The participants will also urge the British government to support the International Campaign for Justice by taking appropriate steps on the international level to bring the perpetrators of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran to justice.

MPs, prominent jurists and prominent human rights activists are to address the rally in support of the call for a halt to executions and an end to impunity for human rights abuses in Iran.

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