Help reunite Nazanin
with her family

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is a British-Iranian mother imprisoned in Iran. After her arrest in April 2016, Nazanin was held in solitary confinement. After a deeply unfair trial she was sentenced to five years in prison.

It has been over two and a half years since Nazanin was arrested – but she hasn’t committed any crime.

Nazanin misses her family desperately, and her health is deteriorating.

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We’ve got researchers investigating and exposing human rights violations like those Nazanin has experienced.

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With your help, Nazanin and others like her around the world could win justice and see their families again.

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