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Fariba Sahraei

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About Fariba
Fariba Sahraei is an ex BBC broadcast journalist and an award winning film director based in London, United Kingdom. She has been covering Iran, Afghanistan and Middle East current affairs for the past three decades. 
She specialises in producing investigative documentaries that reveal the truth while adhering to the highest editorial standards.
Languages
Persian (Farsi)
Services
Documentaries
Skills
Current Affairs
Portfolio

An investigative documentary on Iran's IRGC role in war in Syria. As the five-year conflict in Syria grinds on, this film has found evidence that Iran is sending thousands of Afghan men to fight alongside. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-360

A closer look at the personal life of the prominent Iranian human-rights activist and Nobel Price winner, Narges Mohammadi. What is the impact of her activities on her family?

Exclusive Voice of America | Direct Narrative of Iranian Women on What Happened in Iran After the Killing of Mahsa Amini

17 Sep 2023  |  ir.voanews.com
The 'Woman, Life, Freedom' uprising is considered a pivotal point in the freedom-seeking struggles of the Iranian people during the Islamic Republic's rule. This movement changed protest patterns, street discourse, and established a new generation of Iranians as the main body of civil and political campaigns for liberation. The core of this movement consists of young women who have been activists over the past year, risking their lives for freedom against the forces of suppression.

Iran installs cameras to identify women breaking dress code

08 Apr 2023  |  ktvz.com
Iranian authorities are implementing the use of smart cameras in public places to identify and send warning messages to women who violate the country's hijab law. This move is part of efforts to enforce the mandatory dress code, which has been widely protested following the death of a young woman in custody for allegedly breaking hijab rules. The state-aligned Tasnim news agency reported that the police aim to prevent tension and conflicts while preserving values and maintaining community mental health and peace of mind.

Iran installs cameras to identify women breaking dress code

08 Apr 2023  |  kion546.com
Iranian authorities are implementing the use of smart cameras in public places to identify and send warning messages to women who violate the country's hijab law. This move is part of efforts to enforce the mandatory dress code, which has been widely protested following the death of a young woman in custody for allegedly violating hijab rules. Despite the protests, authorities are not showing signs of relenting on the hijab law enforcement.

Medics, teachers, parents accuse Iran government of silencing victims of suspected poisoning attacks

06 Mar 2023  |  localnews8.com
Iran is experiencing a surge in suspected poisoning attacks targeting girls' schools, with hundreds of students affected and hospitalized. Government officials, including Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, have condemned the attacks, calling for severe punishment for those responsible. However, accusations have emerged that the government is attempting to silence victims and medical staff. The US and UN have called for thorough investigations, while Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi blames external enemies for the unrest. Protests have erupted, reminiscent of those following the death of Mahsa Amini, with security forces reportedly using tear gas to disperse demonstrators.

CNN special report uncovers dozens of ‘black sites’ used for torturing protesters

19 Feb 2023  |  edition.cnn.com
A CNN investigation has revealed a network of black sites in Iran where authorities allegedly engage in severe torture and abuses. The investigation, which included satellite imagery and witness testimonies, identified at least two dozen such sites where due process is ignored. The Iranian government has not responded to CNN's request for comment on these allegations.
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