Arseh Sevom (Third Sphere) is a non-governmental organization established in 2010 in Amsterdam, aiming to promote peace, democracy, and human rights. Human and civil rights belong to all sectors of society and to all individuals. Arseh Sevom promotes the advancement of rights for people of all beliefs, genders, ethnicities, non- violent political affiliations, and more. A key aim for Arseh Sevom is to work with individuals and organizations to amplify their actions and efforts in the promotion of civil society.
Arseh Sevom works to create tools, resources, and opportunities for learning and collaboration that promote a capable, vibrant, and pluralistic civil society inside Iran, in the diaspora, and among related communities.
Founded in 2008, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran is a non-partisan, independent human rights non-profit organization based in New York that works actively in Latin America, the United States, and Europe. The Campaign’s team is comprised of trained lawyers, researchers, and journalists with extensive research and advocacy experience in international organizations and publications.
The Campaign uses solid research tools, reliable documentation, and effective communication methods to shed light on the situation of human rights activists and victims inside Iran and to effect changes in Iran. The Campaign supports the Iranian people’s struggle for human rights and amplifies their voices on the international stage.
“Sanctioned Life” is a call for participation in the project “Sanctioned,” a documentary on the social impact of economic sanctions. The project is not affiliated with any political group or government institution.
You can share your story with Sanctioned Life of how economic sanctions affected your personal life, business, or well-being. Whether you live or have lived in a country under sanctions, or even if you were affected by sanctions while living outside the sanctioned country, your story has value. For more information, see the submission guide.
United for Iran is an independent non-profit organization formed in 2009 after the post-election pro-democracy uprising in Iran. United for Iran advocates for an end to human rights violations in Iran and supports the movement for genuine democratic reform in the country. It works to raise awareness about human rights abuses and mobilizes pressure on the Iranian government to uphold human rights principles outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. United for Iran undertakes programs and campaigns that aim to advance accountability for violations against Iranian citizens and increase the cost for human rights abuses.