A new business by an entrepreneur offers jobs to women who support their families and former prisoners with criminal records.
Two female Iranian carpenters sail into unchartered waters and grapple with problems of an all-male profession.
Mahak Charity, which builds on philanthropic activities and public donations to save children lives, was the world’s tenth top NGO in 2013.
Motamed-Arya’s prize will go under the hammer and the proceeds will go to a campaign to shelter the homeless.
Sharq daily in an opinion piece analyzes the history and future of Iranian women, saying that the modern world has to live with gender equality.
Rakhshan Bani-Etemad’s international award will be put up for sale; the proceeds will go to a charity to offer accommodations to homeless women in Tehran.
Clash of Clans, a mobile video game, has turned into a good recipe for Tehran’s coffeehouses to absorb more customers.
A bottle cap-collecting campaign in Tabriz helps both the environment and disabled people.
Iranians celebrate Sepandarmazgan in which women, the Earth and life which all have one thing in common – reproduction – are respected and praised.
Iran’s economy is improving and one of its signs is people’s shopping excursions before the New Year.