Articles in the first issue of Equal Rights Now - Organisation against Women's Discrimination in Iran's publication, called No Hejab (Editor: Sohaila Sharifi) are:
Sexual apartheid has to be a thing of the past, Maryam Namazie
Let's turn this International Women's Day into a day of protest against sexual apartheid - Declaration
Under Sexual apartheid the society is defined as a man’s society, Interview with Hamid Taqvaee
Women’s liberation in Iran, the struggle against sexual apartheid, Sohaila Sharifi
Nothing is inevitable, On Rowan Williams' comments on Sharia in Britain, Maryam Namazie
I strongly admire Iranian women’s fight for their rights and against sexual apartheid, Interview with Sina Voget on Mina Ahadi's biography
If you can get to London on March 10, don't forget about our seminar:
Sexual apartheid, political Islam and women's rights
A seminar in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day
Monday, March 10, from 6:30-9:30pm
Conway Hall, London
Mina Ahadi, Spokesperson, Council of Ex-Muslims of Germany and Equal Rights Now; 2007 NSS Secularist of the Year
Louise Couling, Chair of Unison's Regional Women's Committee and member of the National Executive Council
Houzan Mahmoud, Spokesperson, Organisation for Women's Freedom in Iraq
Maryam Namazie, Spokesperson, Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and Equal Rights Now, National Secular Society Honorary Associate
Joan Smith, Novelist, columnist and human rights activist
Chair: Hanne Stinson, Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association
The event is free of charge; donations are welcome.
The seminar is organised by Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and Equal Rights Now, Organisation against women's discrimination in Iran, and endorsed by the National Secular Society, the British Humanist Association, the Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association and the Organisation for Women’s Freedom in Iraq.
For more information, please contact Maryam Namazie or call 07719166731.