- Status Update: Iran Press Watch is under design
- June 13th, 2013
Many of you have followed the efforts of Iran Press Watch over the last several years to bring the plight of Baha’is in Iran to the attention of the global public, especially for English speaking people. When it launched its operations in 2006, it was the only comprehensive source for such coverage which also offered space for discussion by concerned individuals.
Recently, other initiatives have sprung up, with varied and complementary activities: Education Under Fire, United4Iran, International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran –these are but a few of the more prominent ones.
At this point, Iran Press Watch is considering its role within this new landscape of initiatives, redesigning its site and defining its next step forward.
In order to keep IPWs archive of posts accessible to our readers, this site will remain open for your search. New content will be carried over to a new site.
Your patience is appreciated. If you have any comments or suggestions, please send an email to email@example.com .
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- Vafa | June 17th, 2013 - 5:00 pm
I have been checking your site almost on a daily basis. It is one of the best Human Rights sites on the situation of the Baha’is of Iran, and am looking forward to the new site. I have recommended your site to anyone I meet that is interested in Human Rights. Please keep us posted.