Iran

Wednesday 1 May 2024
A guide-page for volunteers is being prepared.

Tuesday 30 April 2024
Today we unveil “Iran Political Action Calendar” a tool to synchronise global political actions by Iranians, targeting influence over local politics and media. This public Google calendar supports our collective endeavour to advocate for democracy and human rights, inspired by the “Woman, Life, Freedom” movement. By aligning our efforts worldwide, we can effectively advocate and raise awareness to shape public opinion and policy in support of a free Iran. In this calendar we will list events such as demonstrations, advocacy meetings, and media campaigns, offering everyone a chance to participate and coordinate.
Join us in this crucial effort—visit the calendar, participate in events, and help amplify our voice. Together, we can impact change and promote freedom for Iran.
For details on how to access and contribute, please write to Iran at transcf dot org. You can find the the calendar: here.


Iran Political Action Calendar:




Thursday 25 April 2024
While there have been some movements in the European Parliament with respect to pressuring the regime, there is not a consequential sea change which will radically alter the path of the regime towards democracy. If anything, the regime has doubled-down, on its intent, by condemning Toomaj Salehi (an extremely popular rapper and outspoken critic) to death!
In the USA, the efforts of Iranian-American activists led to the passing of the Mahsa Act.

For the Iran work of TCF, the initial project may be to help the effort towards designating the IRGC as a terrorist entity. Tentative plans have been agreed-upon.

Sunday 21 April 2024
There are many threads running through the efforts towards a democratic Iran. Currently, the regime’s actions with respect to Israel are preoccupying Iranians. Other threads include the intensified persecution of women; flooding in the province of Sistan & Balochistan, and other systemic failures in the management of Iran’s ecology; the conditions of injured protestors; the threats against, and intimidation of, activists in the diaspora; lobbying, for the Mahsa Act, by Iranian-Americans; lobbying to designate the IRGC as a terrorist entity.

Preparatory planning for the Iran work of TCF is ongoing. A restructuring of this web site was attempted, but more fundamental changes may be needed in the underlying technology. For now, the latter has been postponed, and work-arounds are being used for the interim.