Six months ago, with the government killing of Gina-Mahsa Amini, an uprising began in Iran with the motto of No to Compulsory Hijab. Within a few weeks and with a remarkable speed, the uprising led to a revolutionary movement named Woman, Life, Freedom and called for the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran. With its ups and downs, this revolutionary movement is now making the grounds for a full-fledged revolution in Iran.
By revisiting the criteria of this evolutionary movement and highlighting the historical resemblances with Iran's immediate and distance past, this talk intends to look at the challenges facing this movement.
Where: Paul Feidert Conference room, 6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, L-1359, Luxembourg