The latest news and views about women and their rights
“Each body might have some limitations and deficiencies. But if you have a pure, elevated soul I think the body won't matter,” said the disabled Iranian woman.
Two female Iranian carpenters sail into unchartered waters and grapple with problems of an all-male profession.
The allure of performing feats in nature has prompted Ninja girls to practice martial arts outdoors.
Nasrin Abravani has become the first woman to take charge of the Radio Department of Iran’s broadcaster.
The Iranian judiciary chief has rejected reports that women’s rights are trampled in Iran or that mass executions have taken place in the country.
One of the most extreme forms of self-inflicted violence experienced by some Iranian women is that they sell themselves short and become blind followers of imported aesthetic standards.
A female Iranian bus driver has hit the road to prove that women don’t have to take a back seat to men as far as certain jobs are concerned.
Iranian female athletes win the country's first medals in the Asian Games.
There are signs that Iranian women may find their way to stadiums
Prominent Iranian sculptor Parviz Tanavoli has shared his thoughts on the relationship between women and jewelry.
A city council official takes a closer look at women’s employment, opportunities and threats.
Iran’s president has issued a directive to investigate the possibility of women’s presence in stadium.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei lambasted the western countries for their materialistic view and instrumental use of women, describing the West's wrong view about woman as the root cause of various problems in the contemporary world.