Hereby, Human Rights Activists in Iran with cooperation of its Statistics and Publications Department, publishes Annual Analytic-Statistics Report of Human Rights Violations in Iran – 2013. This report is the result of daily efforts of our organization began from 2009.
The Annual Analytic-Statistics Report of Human Rights Violations in Iran – 2013 is the result of gathering, analyze and forming data to documents from 621 reports of Human rights condition published by news sources in past year. The portion of Human Rights Activists in Iran in these reports is 51%, sources close to Iranian government 29% and other Human Rights news sources 20%.
In this report, there are several sections including women, labors, children, prisoners and etc which are analytically considered along with related graphs for the better understanding of readers. Based on this report, centralized reports of human rights violations in Iran, in spite of 3% increase of other cities in contrast to Tehran, there is still lack of suitable watch for cities in contrast to Tehran. For example, there are at least three provinces with no human rights condition report.
Although this report is the result of great efforts of bold human rights activists who are paying to fulfill their humanitarian goals, but according to vivid reasons including lack of permission for Human Rights activists and also lack of free circulation of information by Iranian government, this report might has some errors and does not cover all human rights violations in Iran. Anyway, this report is one of the most exact, covered and documented reports of human rights violations in Iran. We hope this report can help organizations and human rights defendant by forming better understanding of human rights situation in Iran.
The full report comes below, and also the non-graphic version can be viewed through this link. Human Rights Activists in Iran, based on its statistics and archive capabilities, announces that is ready for any cooperation with researchers, organizations and all of the human rights defendants.