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The 2018 edition of an international seminar revolving around the impact of war on woman, family and environment was held in Tehran on Tuesday, in the presence of a dozens of government officials and foreign ambassadors.
Iranian Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massumeh Ebtekar has delivered messages by President Hassan Rouhani to the Malaysian prime minister and Indonesian president.
Iran’s Vice-Presidency for Women and Family Affairs and the Swedish Institute recently co-organised an international workshop in Tehran to share their experiences in the field of gender mainstreaming.
Iran’s Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar says the government is determined to keep up working to eliminate gender inequality in the country and provide equal opportunities to both men and women.
An Iranian vice president says the country “cannot wait forever” for the confirmation of the landmark nuclear deal following the US withdrawal from the multi-national agreement.
The Iranian government has undertaken several measures to empower women and enhance their activities in social arenas and management, in the hope it will help accelerate the development of the country, a senior official says.
Iran’s Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar has denied having ever been to the United States since the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran, rejecting a claim raised by Washington Post.
Iran’s Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar says women can play a leading role in the expansion of economic ties between Tehran and Stockholm.
Iran’s Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs says the hundreds of governmental and non-governmental organizations working in the fields of women rights are ‘national assets’ of the country.
Iran’s Vice-Presidency for Women and Family Affairs has organized a benefit concert in Tehran to raise funds for the release of incarcerated moms as part of a campaign called “Prison No Place for Mothers”.