April 17, 2012

National Internet Hoax? Pay Deflates, Prices Inflate, Goldfish Released

Butcher of the Press leaves…Not! Regular readers of Arseh Sevom’s weekly review won’t be surprised to find that former Tehran prosecutor, Saeed Mortazavi, is topping headlines […]
April 9, 2012

Publishers Under Pressure, Prisoners of Conscience Suffer, Attempts to Revive Extinct Tigers

Arseh Sevom — This weekly review features thinly veiled threats from the state to publishers, more censorship from officials, continued suffering of prisoners of conscience, and […]
March 27, 2012

Norooz, Sanctions, Love, and Human Rights

Celebrating Norooz Norooz, a celebration of the new year that is marked by people from every religion and belief, was met with relief and joy by […]
March 23, 2012

Human rights violations: Council tightens sanctions against Iran

COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION EN Brussels, 23 March 2012 7853/12 PRESSE 119 Human rights violations: Council tightens sanctions against Iran The Council today reinforced EU […]
March 23, 2012

17 New Human Rights Abusers Sanctioned by EU

COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION EN Brussels, 23 March 2012 7853/12 PRESSE 119 Human rights violations: Council tightens sanctions against Iran The Council today reinforced EU […]
March 21, 2012

A New Year, No-War Campaign, Special Rapporteur Delivers, Underaged Marriage Rises

The chances are high that you will be reading this review during the first days of the new Iranian year. Arseh Sevom wishes you a good […]
March 12, 2012

Speaking Out Against War, The Lorestani Salamander, More Publishers Banned, and the Cyberspace Patrol

In this issue of the weekly review, Arseh Sevom provides an overview of the economic situation as the New Year approaches and Asghar Farhadi’s call for […]
March 6, 2012

Threat of War, Press TV Attacks, Parliamentary Elections, Amnesty Reports

This week was dominated by news of parliamentary elections, and threats of war, Asghar’s Oscar continued to bring some joy to people and to be a […]
December 30, 2011

Arseh Sevom Annual Report, 2010

In this, our first ever annual report, we look back on 2010, share our accomplishments and even some of our struggles. This first report covers four months of operations. The objective of Arseh Sevom as an organization is to use our annual reports as learning documents. This means we strive for transparency, while making a case for Arseh Sevom. This is a difficult path. Annual reports are meant to show the world how wonderful we are. By sharing our struggles as well as our successes, we demonstrate our trust in our stakeholders to help us do everything possible to become successful in our mission to promote a vibrant civil society in Iran and related communities. Arseh Sevom is a learning organization that seeks out and shares knowledge from people and organizations all over the world. We welcome your participation.