Articles tagged: Iran


Iranian leaders gather at Georgetown with a message of unity for post-revolutionary Iran

On Feb. 10, Iranian activists, journalists, and politicians gathered in Riggs Library to discuss the future of Iranian democracy.


‘Does the world see me?’: Mahsa Amini vigil brings solidarity with the Iranian fight for women’s rights

On Sept. 23, Bahar Ghandehari and other local Iranians organized a vigil for Mahsa Amini in solidarity with those protesting in Iran.


Georgetown Professors Discuss US Airstrike against Iran’s Qasem Soleimani

Georgetown professors debated the U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani earlier this month. The panel was hosted on Jan. 15 by the School of Foreign Service and the... Read more


Why Hoyas Should Care About Women in Iran

The Iranian government generated international headlines this month – not because of its nuclear program or a contentious international agreement – but because it allowed several hundred women to attend... Read more